shelter is on the ground, but this takes longer owing to the small space available. This way is made easier if the hook is kept steady by pressing it down with a block of wood.
If two strong men are available to handle the shelter, the quickest and most effective method is to turn the shelter on its side and knock up the ends with a hammer.
Put the side and end panels over the studs.
Get inside just before the last one is put into place, and fix the four hook-and-eye fastenings as shown in Figure 7. You
will notice in the illustration that the eyepiece is fastened to the last wire of the end covering; the hook-piece, however, is