Back in action.
Thanks again guys for all the input.
After digging up the tech manual I'd downloaded a while ago. (Most of the links on the site are old and direct you to pages that are no longer active) I found the main
fuse location, was kind of wondering why there wasn't anything listed as "Main" in the fuse box. As it turns out the main fuse is located behind the left hand side panel just a bit back from the fuse box and right beside the Starter relay coupler and the Thermo switch/coupler.
This 30amp fuse was just sitting there, as if it had just fallen out of its seat. Once I reseated this the bike, as expected, came back to life. It still will not start, so I have to tackle that next.
I can not fathom how that fuse could have just been sitting there. It must have had just enough contact to get me started in the morning and then fell out once I parked it. It does sit lower on that side once on the side stand. It seems to make a good seat when placed back in and it has a small plastic cap that snaps into place over the fuse for protection.
Needless to say I'm dumbfounded as to how the bike ran at all. All I can think is that it must have been partially seated and while I was looking at the other fuses I moved it enough for it to completely fall out.
Now to figure out why it will not start. Onto the switch coupler in the headlight can.