All the wood was free from a local community development. My buddy lives in an area where builders are still building so I got to scrap some free wood out of the dumpsters. Got a great deal on the sheet metal from HD and now I got the perfect spot in my small backyard for my cooker. Keeps it outta the elements for the most part.
Smoked it a few times with successful Qview. The problem I was having after I built the carport/shed was the smoke! Problem solved:
Now I've already been scolded by my buddy to get this done prior to me smoking it under here so I just want to let yall know that all the "burn" marks was simply low temp exhaust...not a full on day long smoke. I pulled it out when I smoked. I simply added "flavor" to the roof lol! I tested the new set up today with a half bag of Kingsford (bag included to get more smoke) and I found that my whole cooking chamber door leaks like crazy so I'm gonna work on that tomorrow.
Just simply showing my little way to take care of my pride and joy with a small back yard :)