This summer I endured a hailstorm like I've never seen. It was in Hickory, NC, and I was just pulling onto my sister's street. When the ice (cube size like out of a tray) started coming down, I moved up the street so I was under some trees...I wasn't worried about the fiberglass, but was afraid my new solar panel
would be shattered!
It got so bad that I expected the glass in the truck to start breaking! It sounded like about 300 people throwing rocks at the truck!
Well, it finally passed and I pulled back up to visit my sister. There were LEAVES EVERYWHERE, on roofs, in the yards, on the golf course, etc.
Then we looked at my rig: no damage to truck, trailer, or precious glass generator
, but the entire rig was covered with wet leaves that stuck to the wet surfaces.
When I got the micronaut, I thought tan over green would be a good look, like the old Bolers.
But after seeing it covered with leaves, I think I should go with "vinyls" of photorealistic leaves all over.
It would make you virtually invisible when you stay in a state park!