I picked up one of those cheap canvas garages from Costco, to keep a few things out of the weather. It's 10' wide, 20' long, and maybe 11' high at the peak.
Our area is a bit prone to windstorms. I'm in the woods, so it's largely protected from the wind, but I still want to make sure it stays put.
It comes with tent stakes, but the ground is too soft for that to be reliable.
I thought about trying to attach it to concrete pier blocks, since they are heavy, cheap, and aren't permanent if we want to move the garage later. I'd put one under each leg, and fasten the leg to the block.
The blocks are formed with a hole in the top, about 5/8" diameter. The garage comes with some concrete anchors, presumably for use if you put it on a concrete driveway - you'd drill holes and secure it there. The anchors are way too small for these holes, though. Even the biggest anchors at the local hardware store seem too small.
I could try to buy larger anchors online.
I could epoxy in some inverted screws.
I could try to find some old railroad ties and screw in to those, instead. I'm not sure where to find those around here, however.
I could pour small concrete footings, although then I'm locked in to an exact setup.
What should I do?