Thanks for the warm welcomes!
The camper is under a cover (came with the camper!)
Once spring comes, I will have to take some pictures, we bought it and parked it (it was already winterized). It came with lots-o-extras:
Leveling blocks and wood planks
Tool box with small parts
Silverware, dishes,towel/oven mits (all matching)
Hotdog/marshmallow sticks, pudgie pie makers
Equil-i-zer hitch (need a new drop skank to fit my truck)
Multiple chemicals for grey and black water
A 3-ring binder with plastic sleeves for ALL components on camper (this thing is rediculous, I thought I was anal retentive!)
First aid kit
Even 8 rolls of toilet paper!
I need to inspect the brakes and pack the wheel bearings, purchase 2 tires since the previous owners just replaced 3 tires???? It has 2 original on it and one was bigger in diameter because the steel belts were broken and starting to poke out the tire!!! I am glad I it made it home (it was only a fifteen minute low speed trip).
For giggles I put the tire on a roadforce balancer even though I knew it was junk, it was out 10 ounces and had 70 pounds of road force
(anything more than about 25 to 30 is bad)
I want to clean the A/C coils, inspect, and wash the roof. Clean the exterior and wax it, paint the frame......
Can you tell I am chomping at the bit