After all the various adventures in the first and second posts about our adventures in owning a camper (actually, a trailer), I wasn’t sure how many more adventures we could take.
Luckily, things by and large settled down after that. We did a couple of more trips, but everything went….smooth.
A little too smooth.
So, I knew there would be a big bomb at some point, and there was. Just turns out it was a bomb to the pocketbook.
Having never had it looked at professionally, I wanted to take it in to get winteriezed, and also asked them to check everything over to make sure that there were no glaring problems that I would miss but that the pros would catch.
I had a hunch about one of the items that I worry about anyways: The roof. The roof is pretty much the first thing to go in most campers, because its the point where water can get in, and water is pretty much the death knell for campers. Every time it rains, a little piece of me wonders what is going on with our camper, and wondering if there’s dripping going on anywhere.
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