Yes. More thermal mass will smooth out daily temperature swings. Also, in extreme conditions, some people will move frozen water jugs or ice packs between the freezer at night and the refrigerator compartment during the afternoon.
I wouldn't just pick a tire pressure. Get the rv weighed (each axle) and look up the correct pressure for those weights from an online chart on the tire manufacturer's website. Try to get the rv close to the normal traveling weight.
Attach a piece of window screen to the back of a box fan. Aim the fan at your seating area if you want the breeze. The skeeters get stuck to the screen. A quick spray at the end of the evening kills them all.
We had a visitor at home try to clear a toilet by flushing again with the bowl full. Not the best idea. Flooded the upstairs bathroom, and got into the floor under the toilet. I found out about it when I saw water running out of the ceiling fan in the kitchen!
I was not a happy camper...
I cut up the kitchen sink cover (Formica-covered pressed wood) and made it into a small shelf. At least it matches the other counter tops!
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