After a year and a half covering my new 1026R SCUT with canvas tarps, and not able to build a machine shed/business building, I picked-up a 10' x 20' King Canopy. I scurried to put the thing up in December between rain/wind storms in the Pacific NW. Made it in time and I'm quite please with the results so far.
I haven't fasten it to the ground yet, want to square it up in the spring. I did secure each of the eight post to a double plate of left over 2x6x12' pressure treat lumber. On top of each plate inside I place 16x 16"x"8x6" concrete blocks weighing 26lbs each. The floor is currently several thickness of 6mil poly over a dirt pad. I tucked the top poly layer inside each of the 10' sides, over the double plate and concrete blocks. This reduces the influx of rain water. I did some audit work for a company just south for years me and they recycle tires to crumb then into horse trailer mats, playground tiles, etc. I'm going to see if I can purchase several scrap mats to improve the floor.
While it's not a stick building I think it will get me to summer when we plan to build a 40' x 40' stick building for my equipment and firearms business.