3 months on the road.
Just returned from 3 months on the road in Canada and Alaska. Small repairs all the way but nothing major. Did the AC upgrade on the road in Fairbanks thanks to my local sheet metal shop. Anyone who wants to do the the long haul, stock up on a selection of screws and battery powered tools with all the bits for Philips, Roberts, 1/4"&5/16 hex and drill bits for pilot holes. Some 16 ga. sheet metal strapping to rehang the plumbing. Caulking gun and silicon to plug all the holes in the fender wells and some glazers Urethane to repair the window falling out(jalousie pane).
Any travel over dust or mud the tow vehicle will fill the trailer thru the AC vent. It comes in under the cabinets through all the holes in cabinet walls. Plug all these holes and put a cover over the AC vent. (Don't forget to remove it when using the AC)Our problems were small compared to some other RVers had encountered along the road. We were in the middle nowhere and to be tooled-up. Have a good trip.