16 Degrees South of East
Later when we got horses I decided to go back to a plywood roof with rolled roofing. I converted this car port into two horse stalls and a room to store hay, feed and saddles. The first wind storm that came up after I made the change ripped all the rolled roofing off, so I put down a new roof and I nailed the living crap out of the windward edge. It felt good to know that it would never blow away again.
Then there was the great storm of 2007 where we had 100+ MPH winds for three days. This storm didn't mess with the rolled roofing; instead it removed the entire roof, plywood, joists and everything. I rebuilt it, but the next year the new rolled roofing was once again pealed off.
No matter how I attach this roof it finds a way of blowing off. This roof had been good for the last two years however the storm last week deposited the rolled roofing in a pile on the lawn. I am now replacing the rolled roofing one more time, but this time rather than rolling it out horizontally I'm rolling it vertically and I'm adding a lot of sealer to the seams. I'm curious to see if this is the final fix.
By the way, a neighbor has the back end of his garage roof that faces the same direction, and there is a one-square section (10' X 10') that he can't keep a roof on either.