OK, I've asked about smoker "shelters" before. It gets cold here for extended periods and I don't want to have the smoker under a tarp, or prop doors against it or whatever. So I'm building what will eventually look like an outhouse :)
I had some leftover 2x4s and 1" thick Hemlock from building my wife's garden shed.
This isn't done. I still have to do a proper roof and I'm going to get a couple big ground screws and anchor it down, but you get the idea. I also have to come up with a door. It's 40 inches wide and 27 inches deep on the inside. We're planning to put a small addition on the patio in front of the smoker. About a 7x7 area for grills and smoker and stuff. And to the right of the smoker will be a counter space. The big pan on the floor is an oil drip pan from an auto parts store. I bought it for $15 and also bought 1 pressure treated 4x4 to make the skids. Everything else I had so this cost around $25 so far. :)