Winterhouse Problem - Too much "puddling" - Need h For anyone that has missed my construction of a "winterhouse" here's the previous thread: http://www.gardenstew.com/about31232.html I'm having problems with water "puddling". I ran nylon string across the top... I think about 600 feet of it (the frame is 21x6 ft). And it's still not keeping the water from puddling... mainly at the lower end. I just don't think there's enough slope and I'm not sure I can make it slope any more because of the angle of the connections. So, I've been trying to think of a solution. It was mentioned earlier that I lay lattice on top. I believe the standard size is 4x8 ft. I can't recall right off hand the distance between the rails.... so will have to get out there and measure over the weekend to see if I can make that work. They run about $14 a piece. Or, another thought I had was simply to put a few small holes and just let the water drain through. But I don't want the tarp to tear. When I was shopping for the tarp and frame accessories, I noticed there is a kit for making grommet holes. I think that would keep it from tearing? Anybody ever tried it? Or... if anyone else has some suggestions... I'd be happy to hear them! Thanks in advance.