In Februrary I'll be going to an off road race in the high desert of Southern California. The wind is something else there. It's been known to shread EZ-Ups and tents. We'll be sleeping in a motorhome. We'll be there for three days and I'm thinking of taking the smoker to feed the crew. My smoker is a typical horizontal barrel with an offset firebox. The intake into the firbox has a damper, and so does the chimney on the barrel. Other than the basic carburation, the smoker does not have any baffels to mitigate the effect of wind. I know the effect a strong breeze has on the smoker at home, so I can only imagine what it would be like trying to smoke a brisket out there in a windstorm. I can weld and fabricate, so I can fabricate some baffels for the intake and exhaust, but I'm wondering how well that will work? Who has tried this? I'm also willing to start from scratch and build something new if need be.