I'm finally building my version of a wood shed, namely several long rows of covered racks, for up to 30 cords of CSSd wood. Overall concept is as follows: A couple key design points: 1. 4x4 posts are placed at mid-length on the splits being stacked, to work nicely as crib ends. 2. Generous overhangs, 4' wide roof for 3' wide stacks (2 rows x 18" split length). 3. Base is 2x4 stringers supported every 2 feet. This was chosen as a compromise between overall height and strength. 4. The 2x4's that run front to back under main stringers provide support and air flow under main stringers, and are seen as disposable. They will rot, and the intention is to replace them every 3 or 6 years, assuming each rack holds a load for 3 years. 5. Open design for max air flow. Roofing TBD, but likely asphalt shingles. 6. Latice on ends to prevent wracking. 7. Entire base is replaceable, if it rots. Uprights will be tied to base using TimberLoks or carriage bolts, so entire upright structure can be swapped onto another base, down the road. Primary concerns: 1. The only thing keeping the structure from blowing apart at the book ends is whatever fasteners penetrate up thru the 2x4 flat on the ground at each end. If these 2x4's on the flat rot, as I expect they will, strength is compromised. 2. Might increase 2x4's on flat to 2x6's, at either end, just to allow room for more fastening. 3. There is provisions (lattice) for wracking front to back, but none for side to side. Might need to add lattice or cross bracing down the center, between the front row and back row of splits. Any thoughts? Concerns? Suggestions?