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Have tools - including compressor, generator and nail guns, oh an of course, a Hart hammer - will work for gas money and beer.
how much exposure to wind do you have? I'd be half tempted to paper, and then tarp and then batten the heck out of it. Last year the snow was very dry and fluffy. My neighbors say that is not typical.
FWIW, half our cabin walls were let over winter with just the felt secured with button cap nails. We had no problem there.The roof sat for a month or so with #30 felt secured with the same button cap nails. Over the ridge I placed a 20 foot wide sheet of clear 6 mil plastic, centered on the 10 ft fold mark. I pulled it tight and screwed as assortment of salvaged 1x2 and 1x4 pieces around all the edges. That was in place for a short time, but I did it thinking I might get stuck by the weather and have to leave it over the winter. It was quite windy and held out well.
My hope is that with fiberglass insulation (R19) in the 2x6 framing, ...
I did the same dance with the water, I can relate, but it all turned out ok, so will yours.
All the best! May the weather cooperate!