OK, member DRUUPY came closest to guessing what’s happening here.
This is a solution for people who might want to continue their rebuild during a Northern winter.
The cost to make a TEMPORARY shelter in my front yard was likely no more than renting a HEATED indoor space, if one could be found nearby.
This is in my own yard, with no driving back and forth to a storage place and
It’s right were my tools, workshop, hot soup, toilet and easy access to the Forum are.
The 2” x 4” structure (28’x14’x11’ high) is covered in 6-mil poly to let the light in while keeping the wind and snow out.
We are using electric heaters inside the trailer and can use them in the poly shed if we’re working under the sheltered trailer.
We will tear the structure down in the spring when the trailer goes for it’s paint job.
Because this structure is basically made of 8’ square modules, you could adapt it for annual up and down use.
But, it that case, something more like the canvas covered hinge-pin joints of the old Carnival world would be even easier.