Full black tank, high winds, and 100 miles
I've driven with a full black tank a few times after dry camping...in fact last year from the same place in Crandon Wisconsin. I'm not sure if it was the super high winds or what but for whatever reason the tank decided to vent inside somehow while we were moving.
My poor 9 year-old son looked like he was going to pass out. I pulled over right away to try to figure it out and couldn't localize it. Aired it all out and then set off again. About 10 minutes later same thing. The dump station I use is about 100 miles away at a truck stop right on the way so we just rolled the windows down and toughed it out. Wasn't really bad with the windows down and it wasn't too hot out. After we dumped everything was fine again, but not sure what I'll do next time. Hope it was because of the unusually high winds.
On the positive side, the improvements made by Precision Frame here in Minnesota (alignment, ball joint work, removing stabilizer, and rear trackbar) made driving in that wind almost enjoyable as I easily passed several other RV's, campers, and 5'ers struggling with sway etc.
The only other issue I had was during the weekend when it was hot out and I needed it most the Onan generator began to idle down and back up and then down after a bit causing havoc on my AC compressor so had to shut it off. Only seemed to happen in the heat of the day otherwise ran just fine all weekend. Already had the fuel pump replaced once so now what?