That sure is some purty wood. Watcha think you will make out of it?
Is the issue getting it out of the ground or the fact that it is too large to cut up in your shop? The chain saw rental idea solves the first part, and for the second part do you have access to a splitter or a go-devil? Can you split the pieces into smaller manageable pieces that you can carry and square up in the shop? It would just be a shame not to be able to use that piece, but if you don't have the tools then I would just be happy with what you have. I just bought a bandsaw and will be looking to salvage some downed trees as well. I have a lot to learn about drying and curing wood...always something new to learn I guess.
Woodworking is more than a hobby.
It is a journey of discovery,
An application of innovation and creativity,
And an opportunity at self improvement.