Question about cooler weather in a hybrid/expandable.
I have a relatively new bullet crossfire 3 bunk travel trailer. When I first used it last season I brought it back and they recapped the front and rear bunks because of leaks where the canvas meets the fiberglass. I just finished my first trip of the year (second with this camper) and at the beginning and end of the week there was rain and it was just about 40 degrees (the rest of the week was fine) both rainy nights the top of the canvas would be covered in water, enough to where if slowly drips on us.
My wife is convinced the canvas is leaking, but I'm pretty sure it is just condensation. It seems to cover the whole top piece of canvas and even continued to drip last night for long after the rain stopped. Is this normal for canvas In Cold wet weather?
I bought the pop up gizmos which in the future should help keep the canvas from getting that cool, but since these campgrounds have almost no trees and the clamps that the gizmos camp with sucked I couldn't use them, they kept blowing off. Is there anything else I can do to help prevent this? I really want this trailer to be 3 season not just summer use.