If you want to try wrapping the WSM another time during colder or breezy conditions, use insulating wrap that you can find at hardware stores -- it's basically stiff bubble wrap with silvery mylar on each side. It's easily cut to size so you can make cylinders with a little breathing room around the WSM, you don't want it tight so it won't scorch. A big plus is that it's cheap, lightweight and super easy to roll up and transport, but it does a great job blocking the wind and helping conserve fuel.
Have a good cook tonight!
Don't practice until you get it right; practice until you can't get it wrong.
Don't overthink or undercook.
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