Well, it's 11 degrees including wind chill at the Cabin so we're leavin for the sunny isles of Florida. One of the first things I always do is a complete walkaround of the travel trailer and my trusty old GMC Yukon. I always check the tires carefully, particularly the Korean tires on the travel trailer. I'm a made in USA kinda guy, I guess. Found travel trailer tires at 42 pounds, 38 pounds, 46psi, and 45psi. Should be 50psi all around cold says the sidewall of the travel trailer tires. So, that's what they got. Hooked up, towed to 3 service stations before we could find air. Than had a great haul down the Indian Nation Turnpike to Shreveport, Louisana via Texarkana. I can recommend this route to you. Fairly fast what with the turnpike and all, mixed with nice little towns along the way providing just enough scenic diversion. Stayed at Tall Pines RV campgound in Schreveport (thanks for the recco Jim!) Well laid out, easy to get too, friendly folks... they waited for us and guided us into our pull thru. Rate after senior/Good Sam discount was $25 for one night. Tomorrow on to Biloxi, Ms.