First off, she's very hard to see...but I have a Mommy White tail out here every morning with her tiny babe across the pond. It's so cute to watch while it goes jumping in and out of the water and playing: (I swear, Mommy can spot me before I even get the door open to get a picture. LOL)
Last year I had a doe here that clearly had just given birth, and apparently as soon as the fawn was standing up steady, she took her to the pond and pushed her in. I guess that's how she chose to clean her up. Mean Mom! LOL
On with the work of the day.....
That is the last of it, other than dust and dirt here and there to shop vac up. I've emptied that shop vac countless times the last couple of days.
The floor under the water heater, and under the carpeting there is actually the blue insulation. The edge of it, at the back was a piece of 2x2, and it was nothing but black dirt. The front part is the 3/4" plywood that is the floor to rest of the RV, and that's dry as a bone. YEY! So, I got all of that rot out and will replace the 2x2. Makes it a bit easier than I was fearing for sure.
I did some removal of the old sealer (butyl, I'm guessing) to make room for new Butyl tape when I re-install the corner pieces. The old stuff was fairly dried out, but not as bad as I thought it would be.
And finally today, I managed to fix the thing that started all of this discovery of the back end mess. I have the shower floor supported so when you step on it, there is no sink or slack. Under the bathroom form was a platform that it sat on, under the platform are the pipes and various wiring. The whole bathroom/shower unit is one big formed mold. You cannot separate shower/sink/toilet. The platform had sagged in the center. There was just enough room to get a piece of 4x4 under it and that jacked the center back up which made the large crack join up correctly. It "ain't" goin' nowhere. LOL
Now all I have to do is get the fiberglass stuff to repair it. When the crack is sealed up, I have a long heavy duty plastic cutting board that fits in there perfectly. That will be the area to stand on and will put no pressure on the cracked part of the floor. It couldn't have worked out better, and it's white. ;-) This Mommy has a working shower now. Woo hoo!
Hope everyone is well and safe today.
I'm whooped...but I'm well. LOL