Firewood Rack Roof

I fabbed up two 12’ long firewood racks for holding my wood outside. The units are similar to the photo below but will taller ends.

http://www.instructables.com/image/FL8JU1MG2HE000A/Firewood-Rack.jpg

I have been toying with the idea of putting a pitched roof 2’x 13’ on each rack.

How would I end the final course since it would be a roof without a ridge like the photo at the bottom right of the photo below?

http://www.homedesignersoftware.com/usercenter/design-articles/images/roofing+styles/photo2.gif

If it is going to butt up against the wall spec would be to flash it with headwall flashing, minimum of 2" up the wall & 3" on the roof.
You want the flashing to be behind the siding.

And if it’s going to be free standing, you can finish it with a piece of flashing depicted below. Make it about 4 inches on the roof and 3 inches down the backside of the structure. Fasten to the roof and caulk nails.

Thanks guys. It is going to be freestanding so what bcdemon said makes great sense.

I was looking at the materials and since I only need a little bit the standard roofing quantities are really adding up.

I guess I need (2) bundles to cover (2) 2’ x 13’ roofs. Would any of you really bother tar papering deck of these firewood racks?

no