Suffice it to say that Google and I have become very good friends as I have spent hours researching the process on line. There are instructions for dewinterizing most RVs but Thors might be a little different than other RVs and Vegases might be a little different from other Thors and 24.1s different from other Vegases and 2014s--well, you get the idea. Today my big accomplishment was step 1: Finding the water heater drain plug and replacing it. The rest of the process can wait until the weekend when it's supposed to be about 35 degrees warmer than today.
Meanwhile, I have started to make reservations and several trips are planned with the Midwest Glampers and our old camping group. I've made my lists and am checking them twice--don't want to forget a veggie or spice. I know, pretty bad. But I think a little giddiness can be forgiven in light of the past long, pandemic winter. I know the pandemic isn't over but camping has been rated one of the safest activities and I intend to take advantage of it.