Building a simple bivouac.
With a stand, rope / buzzer (heavy cord) and a knife you can put up your own wind protection.
The simplest design is to find a place where the ground is relatively flat and where there are trees that can span the wind protection between.
Attach the lacquer to two corners of the tarpaulin and tighten the tarpaulin between two trees at approximately 4’9 ft (1.5 m) height depending on the height you want in the wind protection. For the protection and heat, it’s good to have it low, but to get more space it is obviously easy with higher ceilings.
Depending on the amount of tarpaulin you have and how much wind protection you want to build, you can either fold the tarpaulin double and fasten the middle of the ground with loops and “tent pointers” which you can easily count on the studs found in the woods. Then become one half of the tarpaulin roof and the other half floor. Alternatively, if you do not have the same tarpaulin, you attach the other two corners of the ground and allow the tarpaulin to form a sloping roof but without “flooring”.