....turns out to be the least damaged area of all.
I finally decided to tackle the main cab over window by removing the leftover paneling wood, having avoided it all this time because I just knew I was going to find major damage to the frame. Well.....it looks just fine! There is no damage around that window except for one little area in the lower right corner that falls into place with the right corner of the cab over that suffered water damage.. I can clean that up with no problem. Everywhere else that wood is perfectly dry and solid.
I was so surprised to see this, and relieved as well.
The gap between the frame and foam at the bottom is just large enough that I can fit those wood trim pieces I took off all around the camper on corners and such. It's 1/2 x 3/4" and in perfect strong condition. So I'll use that with lots of glue and get some support there. Thank goodness I didn't throw all the trim into the fire pit. I kept everything that wasn't moldy and rotted...just in case.
So, I'm kind of feeling pretty good today compared to yesterday when I found that nasty corner I have to deal with on the outside.
Does this look pretty good to you folks too? I know a resealing will have to be done, but at least I don't have to rebuild a frame. YEY!