Just FYI on cold weather camping...Use a light
layer of petroleum jelly over all of your face, neck, core, arms, legs, feet, hands. It's a swimmers trick to stave off hypothermia. Also carry the disposable handwarmers and if you are cold thru the petro jelly start the handwarmers going and tuck in your armpits. Wear a nightcap, such as a fleece or knit cap or balaclava, and warm socks. No cotton. All my Boy Scouts knew my cold weather camping speech by heart and could roar "Cotton KILLS!" at the appropriate places. We used to take our FL boys camping in the N GAmountains in February and March and had to deal with cold weather and even snow, not to mention the damp, piercing cold of south Central FL. The 1996 MLK Birthday Backpack trip we did had us camping along the west bank of the Kissimmee River at 17*F. Did you have a window cracked at night? Yes, I know it would let a little cold air in but it would've reduced the condensation, probably. I think.
Sounds like you've had aa wonderful couple months. I can hardly wait for my entry into the RV owners/campers association!