I started building a spot to stack and season my bagged wood stock and this is what I came up with. I wanted a place where I can easily store and rotate stock that would be easy to get to as it seasons. So I went down to a local fence company and asked if I could have some of the old used cedar fence panels that they had to get rid of and they gladly gave me all I wanted. There was lots of treated 4x4's 2x4's along with the panels. I used that old fencing to build a new fence along the back of my lot. I did have to buy some new 4x4's and some 2x4's but most of it is used fencing. I got some old used R panels to use as a roof to keep the rain off the wood. The cedar fencing was still solid wood, it just looks old and gray from weathering. I could have used new cedar but it would look old and weathered in a year anyways. It's 200 feet long by 3 feet wide and each bay is 10 foot long, so I can stack 2 rows of 14" wood in each bay. Yes I know the front row will season first, and that's ok with me. I can always pull one row at a time as I need it. As you can see I ran the R panels long ways in the first section that I did, because the R panels were 22 foot long and I didn't feel like cutting up all that R panel. The next section I ran the R panels the other way because I was working with shorter panels. It saved me a lot of wood by running them the other way. I'm still not finished because it got too hot, but as soon as it cools down I'll finish it. Anyway enough with the chit chat, lets see some pics!