keeping firewood dry
I've got 2 cords in racks getting read for next winter. In past years I've put a tarp over both racks but it limits air circulation to dry. I want some kind of cover higher up. I did have a light frame covered with plastic and hooked to under the eave in years past but it flapped in the wind too much.
I want to attach a 4 x 8 "something" that is removable with the existing hooks and slope down to run off rain while allowing air above the wood. There are gutters on the eave (new since last year. Together with he eave, it will stick out about 5 1/2' which will overlap the 4' deep wood rack.
Plywood or OSB would work but both will need something to protect it from the weather. Felt and shingles would be ideal but be way too heavy. Anybody got an idea of some kind of 4 x 8 sheet that is rigid and waterproof? Oh and also cheap!