You know the saying. Well, with RVing it is amplified ten times. Here are some photos of the camper getting primed. To paint over dark wood and RV walls one needs some serious primer. I opted for the bullseye 123, the heavy weight champ of primers. Seems to have done a bang up job as the paint took wonderfully. (paint completion pics forth coming). Imagine shrinking a 2000 square foot home down to 350. It still has pretty much everything but its all on a tiny nook and cranny basis. Simply maddening to paint this thing! I would be posting about how we are done with the cosmetics but we have been sidetracked by a serious issue. The roof leaks. So tomorrow we begin the roof repair procedures. I am installing solar panels so we can do some serious off grid camping-Hell Yeah!!! But I want to fix the panels to the roof and the partially wet roofing is not secure enough for me. So out with the old and in with the new. Rolling back the rubber roof and replacing the underlayment should provide some good "my god what have i done" type moments so stay tuned. Sweetie is a decorating genius so this camper will be best in show for sure when its done. Wish me luck!