Thanks all for the replies. I have the puddle problem in the back so I have put it half a bubble tilt to the rear.
You don't think that's alot till you step inside and it's like a fun house or if I remember right from years ago, after cribage night at a friends.
I put the stiff arm in to support the snow load because 3 feet of snow is common and you can always count on an early spring storm of 12 inches of more of wet heavy snow.
Water tanks not a problem as original ones were junk so I carry a remote tank outside and just unhook pump tubes and flush lines then take pump in.
I got a battery
maintainer this year and took the battery
into basement as I do every year and leave it plugged in.
(some say RV batteries will only last 2 seasons, Nest year will be our 3rd year so we'll see.)
Had hard rain yesterday and they are now talking maybe snow this weekend so guess I will cover the Lady-Bug and let her sleep for the next 5 months.
Funny. already looking at Campground books for next seasons trips.
Gerry the canoebuilder