So, the tar is out. I started working on it yesterday late morning and was running into the same problem that most of you were having. It was heating up just enough to start splattering and creating a mess. I then realized that I had been grinding it off in the evenings well away from peak heat for the day of 70ish.
I got frustrated with the last 3 panels (passenger rear wall sections) and decided to take a roadtrip. Theres a 5 Star RV SuperCenter that has a load of new and used parts just northeast of Denver...I was originally headed there, but called at 2:40 and they were closing at 3:00. Bummer...maybe next weekend. Instead, I tripped down to Loveland which is about a 50min drive down the canyon and stopped at Home Depot.
I filled up a cart with a bunch of goodies and quickly realized I wasn't going to be able to fit all of it in my Tacoma.
Fortunately, my friend from Estes was down getting brakes put on her Tundra. So I called her and we loaded up the truck. I bought her a beer for the help.
This morning I went fishing with a buddy of mine. I didn't catch anything but, I did see this dick shaped rock and watch him get caught up in the trees.
Other than that, pretty uneventful weekend. Now with most of what I need to insulate the floors, walls, and seal the windows back, I hope it'll motivate me to hurry along before the snow hits.