I have this woodshed that was built about 7 years ago. After spending some time on this forum I realize that this shed is less then ideal. We used to put green wood in it, expecting it to dry. I know that many of you move your seasoned wood into the shed, but in this case I'd like to make this shed as conductive to drying as possible. The only opening is on the front. As you can see I put a hole in the back and was planning on adding more (with screens). Before I do more I'd like some opinions as to where to cut holes... add vents etc? Some thoughts I had: 1). Add a couple of "skylights" (I have some glass and I can be pretty crafty) on the roof in order to let the sun warm the inside- helping to dry the wood. 2. I have a few solar panels that I was going to rig to some fan(s)... where would be the optimal placement? (roof vent) (underneath) (sides) etc. 3. I suspect the easiest and best might be to remove the rear siding and simply leave the studs- leaving it open on both sides... I am hesitant to do that as the powers that be may not find that aesthetically pleasing... Any thoughts or other suggestions? On another note- ever since I replaced an old VC Vigilant with a PE Fusion- I have a new found interest in wood burning. As a kid growing up I remember throwing whatever wood we had laying around in it. I believe my father still does that (no matter what I say, I guess people get stuck in their ways). Never did I realize how much there is to it but also how much I enjoy it. This forum has helped tremendously. And I can say I truly love my new stove and I never would have thought I would take so much pleasure in using it.