reminds me of "trying" to carry a sheet of plywood 150' in a 40mph wind, and I KNOW you've done that..
No, you don't carry sheets of plywood in a 40 mph wind.
I remember an occasion where an old guy came up to me and said he had a sheet of my plywood. His unit was on the other side of a cul-de-sac from a house I was building.
A storm was coming up and the framers bailed with one sheet of plywood with only a couple nails in it.
The old guy was sitting in a chair in front of his car which was parked in the carport. That sheet of plywood flew off the roof, across the cul-de-sac, over the old guy and his car and landed against the back wall of the car port as if it was put there by someone. Didn't touch the car, and luckily the old guy.
I explained to him he was lucky he wasn't killed.