For those interested, I used the 25' Simeon strong tie. The package is deceiving as hand shears would not cut it, I used the angle grinder. This way I could cut the lengths I needed to tie the 12 X 24 shed together. If a F-1 tornado, or straight line winds, I should only loose the tin roof. If the building rolls then an insurance claim. I just feel better with this cheep insurance. I'll knock the edges and bend these tomorrow. Should take less than an hour to finish this task.
I have had good luck with the un-secured out buildings so far. I did have a lean-to that was anchored with T-posts at each corner, you can see one in the pictures. An F-1 tornado ripped it out of the ground 2007, drug it over a tin shed that had a tractor in it, and dumped it in the neighbors yard. I still have the tin shed, and the push mower. Amazed as to how long they have lasted. Yes that is Logan!
Me and the Misses stopped at an Estate sale today, Mostly house stuff, but I saw a small shed out the window and told her I was going to look in there. Glad I did! Scored a #6 vise for $35.00. Sure beats my HF 4" one.
No buggy work today, spent 4 hours weed whacking, Then grocery shopping, got a check engine on the car P0013. Researched it and ordered two sensors. The ballast went out on one of my good shop lights. Picked up a cheep LED one to use till the new ballast arrives. I'm beat!