When I first came to Forrest's place, it was hot and shade was a good thing. So camping on the north side of the shop, in the shadow, with some overhanging trees, was a good thing. No need for awnings or other heat-defeating measures.
It's September and not hot anymore up here at 7,000+ feet. Early mornings are chilly in the shade. Late mornings are chilly in the shade. Being kind of slow about some things (particularly when I'm chilly), I finally realized I could move the Rolling Steel Tent out into the sun. Duh.