It is cold. Too much shade.
I walked around the campground and found a better spot in full sun and moved there.
Ahh...this is nice. Thanks Dad.
This is the panel I covered the problem window years ago. Since I could not figure out what part of the window was leaking I covered the entire window as it wasn’t used anyway.
It wasn’t until I got up on the roof that I discovered the leak.
Gee, wonder how long that has been that way?
I peeled and scraped away the cracked silicone sealant.
Now it has a new bead of better caulking around it.
That is my step stool down there. Yep, it is a long way down.
Fun stuff hanging over the edge upside down on a rounded roof.
Wow, that is a long way down, I'd have had to pay someone to do it. Looks like you did a great job!
I remember using the clear sealant along my windshield where the rubber gasket had peeled off while on a highway, and had been flying out with the wind. I think I pushed it back down and sealed over it with a very thick bead. It lasted, even if it looked a bit home-made, for another 10 years on my old Toyota.
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