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Finally got the shed built for my smoker I got in Nov. Seasoning it now. Can't wait to start smoking. Needed a shelter for wind and weather protection up here in the Great White North.

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Very nice!

 

My son is in Kansas & did the same thing (only not as nice as yours) for his 2 WSM's. His is a little bigger with a space heater in it. 

 

Al

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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post
 

Very nice!

 

My son is in Kansas & did the same thing (only not as nice as yours) for his 2 WSM's. His is a little bigger with a space heater in it. 

 

Al

Looks great cornman!

 

Al, I'd love to see a picture of what your son built.  I imagine he used porcelain tile or something else resistant to the heat on the floor?  With the amount of snow we get building a shelter large I can throw a space heater in is a great idea.

post #5 of 13

Nice and here I have been smoking outside in the winter maybe I should just use my garden shed!

 

Awesome build!

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Originally Posted by Zachd View Post
 

Nice and here I have been smoking outside in the winter maybe I should just use my garden shed!

 

Awesome build!

Z I have my MES 40 in my ugly tin shed for the winter,as long as I don't have to shovel I will smoke in it LOL

 

Cornman that looks great

Richie

post #7 of 13
Y'all make me look back woods

I just put sawhorses and scrap plywood aroud mine im going to have to step up my game

Looks good gave my some ideals
post #8 of 13

Nice job cornman!

post #9 of 13

Really really nice job. Carpenter?

post #10 of 13

Nice job Cornman!

 

Makes me glad I live in Arizona! Winters are pretty mild here. My problem will be how do I smoke from the pool during summer!

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Edited by Mauser - 4/12/16 at 8:00pm
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Really really nice job. Carpenter?

Worse.......... Engineer.

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Originally Posted by cornman53 View Post
 

Worse.......... Engineer.

 

ROFLMAO I shoulda seen it comming. A smokehouse build to house a smoker.... thumb1.gif

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