I've got this design of a tent in my head and some day I'm going to sew it up. It going to be white duck canvas. The best part is the wind design built into it much like a stealt bomber. Lowest slanting faces west, second lowest faces the north, highest end on the south east with a short high slant. Very wind ergonomic. Zippered port with larger zippered windows on the east and north. Above it would be three triangled shadescreens to help lower the temps and that would be easily lowered in high wind weather.
But on the real side of life I want to get a Kirkland springbar tent.
It's the shit for Great Basin Camping! Make for desert my half virgin mormons- they never went all the way!
This one is my favorite and hope to have it $390 or the 5 man sleeper $490 above it.
You'll feel like a bedouin prince and princess with a nice carpet rug and inflatable mattress- Hmmm I can smell the incense burning now and the glow of candle light!
Best thing about them they are wind resistant to above 70 mph- two extra ropes crossing over but not tied to them will let them move in high wind and keep them on the ground.
But cheap way to go is on Walmart. Buy one of their cabin tents and by the time you get it back to the store it will have a tear or two in it so you can get your money back, Hey get one of those cheap inflatables and will be punctured by the weeks end so you can your money back on that too!
And Its all free on my buddies the Waltons! Love that 90 day money back guarantee! I've been doing this for the last three years and never paid a dime. Even got some refund CA Sales tax thrown in too- we're sales tax free here in Montana! He,he, he!
May you burn long and bright!
A II Z