I would like to move some seasoned wood into my garage for final drying. I do not have good locations for drying on my property (lots of trees) although my wood seems pretty seasoned. Use of tarps, or stupid stacking where rain drops off the roof, have me wishing for some final drying in the garage. My garage is more a workshop and I don't have a convenient area to dedicate to stacking this wood. The plan is to build a sturdy cart - imagine a pallet on wheels/casters - with some form of walls to keep the wood from tumbling off. This way I can fill the cart with wood, roll it somewhere semi-permanent, but be able to roll it somewhere else if I need to get at that area. I'm picturing something with a footprint slightly bigger than a pallet (or a big pallet) and maybe walls 3 feet high. The wheels are strictly for moving around the garage, not for loading and moving the cart around outside. I have a sturdy wagon for that. This picture gave me some good ideas as I was struggling to think how to incorporate walls onto a pallet. I'm hoping to build this thing from scraps or scavenged materials. I wish I could think of some kind of sturdy wall that would allow maximum air circulation (fencing?). I'd have to buy fencing though. Seen anything like what I am describing? Any advice? I already have heavy-duty casters for the wheels.