So, my old green house is too shady to grow tomatoes. I've grown splendid six foot plant, blooms, but no tomatoes. It's cool here and the greenhouse is pretty shaded. So, we are thinking of converting it to a wood shed. It would have the advantage of being dry, very warm on sunny days and the kids wouldn't have to dig the wood from under the snow to pack it in. My plans are to take out the benches, then put down pallets to stack the wood on. Stack this summers wood on one side, last years to the other. I'd leave the vent open to allow air to circulate but it would be mostly enclosed. That would be good, cause we get a lot of blowing snow in the winter. Ideas? Suggestions? It's such a good idea that there must be some drawback and if there is, I bet someone on this forum could tell me. Thanks!