our charcoal grill that mom bought 4 years ago from someone who was building them has retired quite early, it has a gaping hole in the bottom. dont get me wrong, its still usable, if human legs are on the menu for today. had to borrow some ones grill for the 4th, and its gone now. but I was outside in the backyard with whatever is left of the charcoal (quite a bit of Match light left, enough for a small grill) and I got a idea to build a pit to grill in. it might not go over so well with everyone else, but I have a feeling that if it goes well, I'll have some support. the idea is to build it without spending anything, but if I have to throw some cash at it, I will. ive got a pretty big backyard (25x15 yards) for a inner city home, so ive got plenty of space. I already know that if I do this, its going to be a decent distance away from the house, and I'd like to make it as inconspicuous as possible, to lessen the visual damage. ive got some chicken breast left over, and would prefer not to end up wasting coals or food. any tips from anyone who's done it?