I have an Aliner Scout and live in sunny Florida. I dry camp mostly with no access to electricity for the air conditioner and often do not have access to good shade when the temperatures can reach into the 90's. Has anyone devised a way to deflect the sun's rays to keep the interior cool? I may be crazy, but I hate to give up the benefits of camping all summer - could I do something like taping water heater insulation just to the A-frame part of the camper when it's parked? Surely someone else has had the experience of oppressive heat inside even after the temperature cools outside. There just isn't enough air flow even with the vent open and the door open and a battery operated fan going. I'm open to all ideas and suggestions.