I don't know anyone with the teepee. I recommend you have your kitchen and common area shaded, but not "inside". I've never seen anyone cook in a tent (fire hazard) but under shade of varying kinds with a fire extinguisher handy, sure. Put vehicles to the SW of your shade and tent. Blocks wind, makes a wall; more airflow. Tents are oppressively hot between 8:00am and 4:00pm unless you have a swamp cooler; see the Swamp Cooler thread.
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A similar tent: the Sportman's Guide Single Pole Wigwam tent (on the site Bob linked) has been aces, for me. For sleeping and keeping my things in. Sew the upper vents closed, and keep the window zipped shut, and you're in business. It goes up easier than any tent I've ever had, and survived 3 Burns, including some rain and gusting. I use 10" Coleman stakes with it. Your experience could differ
. (I keep a roll of plastic around though, just in case, in case I want to cover my bedding.) Would it have survived the two 8-hour windstorms in 2008? I don't know. Then again, my cheap $40 dome tent survived the 2008 storms just fine, staked down extremely well, mind you.