We took ours out of winter storage today.
We store it in the barn of a farmer about an hour away in southern Indiana. I would have liked to wait a few weeks to pick it up when the weather is better, but we are camping Easter weekend, and need to get some work done before then.
As you can see, there is a spare tire on it. The original tire took a sharp rock and went flat while pulling it into the barn in late November. I am going to replace all five tires with new Maxxis tires. The tongue jack is also getting replaced under warranty, as two of the teeth on one of the gears broke off.
This is why I will always have a four-wheel-drive truck. I would rather not wait a few weeks for the snow to melt or pay someone to haul it to the dealer for me. What you are seeing was the easy part. Those tracks are from me pulling it out of the barn and getting it turned around. I had to drive it through eight inches of snow after that picture was taken to get it to the plowed road.