Glad you're back. Tough getting through a snowy winter up your way.
Yes, I wish I could prop it up but I can't move it. I suspect it's to do with the pressure of the collapse and the rather inflexible bend of the parts that's made it difficult, if not impossible to move. I'd rather not damage the roof pieces by trying to 'force' the roof up. Right now the 'shingles' are fixable but if I try to force the roof up, they may become beyond repair and.....I can't get them anymore. They are out of stock.Sounds like things are well in hand for the moment. I had a similar issue with a tarp over the bed of my pickup. It filled with water and sagged, so I had to bail it out with a bucket. I finally propped some 24s under the thing, some going across the bed, and a long one in the center of the other 2x4s Still some water settling but not so much that it would burst through the tarp.
Yes, winter has been......'interesting'...... but it's almost done. Once it is I'll get to the roof, first thing this spring. The sooner the better as it really needs to be fixed. There is still water getting in through the middle but it's not harming anything and I've put a kitty litter container under it. The entry of the water is rather small but a fair bit came it. The floor is well painted so it's not doing any real harm.Glad you're back. Tough getting through a snowy winter up your way.