Spent the afternoon out in her today getting to know her.
We bought her in the dead of winter and it was way too cold to do anything but check her roof seams, check for leak damage, run up the generator, test her shore power systems and heater and take her for a test drive.
The weather warmed up today to the point I was able to do a more detailed inspection, run up and test her power systems on generator, give her a full cleaning, open up her hidden spaces, (two old mouse nest removed) and take some detailed photos of her internal systems.
The good news, she's dry as bone inside. There there were buckets of snow melt running off her all day so if she had any leaks they would have shown through.
She goes in to our local FR dealer for a complete house inspection and system repairs (where needed) in a few weeks.
The only disappointment is that, apparently, she doesn't have an inverter installed. So for then first half of this season it will be shore power or generator only for the bigger draw systems. On the bright side, if I take her to solar and lithium, I won't have too many components to replace, just a whole lot to buy and install.