Try not to sugarcoat your comment!
Actually it does look pretty nasty are you parking under trees?
There is a great product you can use. (Solvit 800-276-8102 firstname.lastname@example.org).
Lloyd introduced it here and many folks are using it. It has mutiable uses.
You would be wise to get that repair done before your trip.
Al Laura (Lily & Breeze Portie Girls)
2011 F250 6.7 PS Tuxedo Black 4x4
11 305SKP- TPMS- RideRite air bags
Reese 16K Slider Wet Bolts
I would clean the whole roof before you patch it. Remove the mold(?) or whatever is on your roof and you will see if there is any more problem areas. You can buy Eternabond in patch kits or in rolls. Check it out on the net or at your local Rv sales and service.
Mark & Susan
'13 Cruiser Patriot 335SS - '13 Ford F150 SCREW - PullRite Superslide - Roadmaster Active Suspension Member - "Northeast Adventures RV Rally Group" & "Mason-Dixon Bunch"
Lloyd - Thanks for you advise. I took it and feel good about it.
markandkim - Thanks for your service to our country.
Yes it was dirty...I have trees and other things that contribute. We are not retired and sometimes can not wash as often as needed.
No need for more excuses...your observation was correct.
Thanks to everyone who took time to answer up with options and opinions.
Being new to this I would have let this interfere with the fun of RVing..however I had faith in this forum as I have been a daily reader since I got my Z1.
Thanks again. Looking forward to the Rally.
__________________ Gary & Angela - Kilo & Sierra (K9s) Southwest Ohio
2000 GMC Sierra - 2014 Z1 ZT211RD
2015 - 28 Nights - 2248.4 miles. 2014 - 47 Nights - 1445.8 miles.
2013 - 44 Nights - 2154.8 miles.