Well I finally had a day off from school and work, so it was time to finish off removing and resealing the windows
. Not a hard job just a bit of elbow grease and time. We only had one window that was actually leaking, the front one and thankfully the wood hadn't rotted away but the screws were toast! So after some scraping, cleaning, new buytl, ss screws, rubber washers and caulking we are nice and dry for the next 35 years!
On a side note....I ordered a Fantastic Vent 4000R yesterday from Vintage Trailer Supply. I opted to purchase from VTS because I was able to purchase one with a flat top white vent lid (compared to a dark smoke dome lid) and the shorter crank arm so it will look better IMHO and not pose a threat to our heads! Trying something new this time around...I'm shipping to Point Roberts, WA to a shipping company there instead of paying the hefty shipping cost to have it shipped to me Canada....We will see how badly I get dinged at the boarder!
This is the vent I purchased from VTS: Fan-Tastic Fan Vent