The first step is to re-do the caulking. I'm going to dig out most of the old stuff and replace it with new. Over the years, the original caulking has just been touched up where it has cracked, and some of the touch up caulking has also been touched up itself! So I want to replace most of it from scratch.
Two quarts of of activator, two gallons of coating, and three tubes of self leveling caulking. All for $359 CAD ($275 USD), shipping and tax included. Pricey stuff.
Of course you need to do the job on a day where it's not going to rain, and preferably two days in a row to give the caulking a chance to cure. Then, the caulking has to cure for at least 7 days before the coating itself can be applied on the roof. The coating also goes on top of the caulking, so it is an added layer of protection.
Most of our campers are heading out today and we've hardly got any booked in, so it's looking like tomorrow (Monday) is going to be a good day from a weather perspective to get the first step finished up.
Maybe we'll even make it out for a hike at some point this week!