it would appear from the other threads started today...
and this one...
you plan to FULL TIME in ONE SPOT.
if this is true, skip using the patio awning.
build a small deck/side porch with a roof for shade.
at elevation the awning fabric will take a beating.
and the cloth will dry out and fade from high dry air and uv.
rain will seldom be an issue so a deck with some sorta roof makes good sense.
this is a REPEAT of gene's suggestion from the other thread...
there is a BIG section here on full time living, winter living and the various COMMON issues like...
skirting, pipe/water line protection, windows, heating (the need for a LARGE LP tank) tires/protection, blocks, power, heat LOSS and so on...
the a/s is designed as a TRAVEL trailer.
yes stationary living is possible and some do do that.
but compromises dominate when parked long long long term.
and some locations are harder on streams than others (think mild/moderate vs 4 extreme seasons)...
many of the misc items used LIVING ON THE ROAD can be replaced with MORE DURABLE solutions for parked living.
hoses, drain pipes, ( a big LP TANK), pipe wrap, power connections.
in fact living FULL TIME in colorado, i would PUT THE STREAM under FULL coverage (pole barn, quonset hut)
again, dig in and read,
then try to STUMP us with questions not already covered/exposed/riddled and solved...