We’re going camping this weekend. We’re coming up on the end of a long, hot summer, and it’s the first time this year that the weather is going to cooperate with some cooler temperatures outside. I’m getting happy for fall, but fall can also be kind of confusing when it comes to your HVAC system! You never know if you’re going to be using your furnace or your air conditioning on any given day. You might find that you might need to use your oil furnace in the afternoon when the temperatures are colder and then use your air conditioning system during the afternoon when the temperature gets higher! I’ve found that when we go camping, we have the same problem. I’m hoping for some nice, cool weather, and I don’t want it to be cold enough that we have to run the camper’s heating system. I hate using propane gas to power the heating system on the camper, but I’m not sure if we are going to have electrical hookup or not at the campground that we are going to, but at least I’m pretty sure that we won’t have to use the air conditioning this weekend! The camper has a pretty fantastic little air conditioning unit in it. It was factory installed and the camper cools off pretty fast once you turn the thermostat down. It does suck the power when you run it, though, so I’m hoping that the cool weather follows us to the campground this weekend! Hopefully the weather will be perfect and we can camp without using the oil furnace or the air conditioning system at all!