I had very carefully poured an anchor on the windward side of the blind, fully intending to lag-bolt it to the leg. Obviously, it did not happen.
Now, there is nothing to do but set things right. Literally.
The first couple of tasks involve squaring up the structure while it is still on the ground. Then a bunch of diagonal bracing needs to be installed to ensure it will withstand the rigors of tipping it back upright.
|Image from HERE|
Flipping a 500 pound deer blind ought to be a piece of cake.
|The rough dimensions. The Center-of-Gravity is already four feet above the ground.|