If you currently don't have any dew/frost protection and your gear gets frosted up, point your scope downward if you can.
We all have had that experience where our excitement for viewing gets in the way and before we know it, our equipment gets dew and frost on it.
By pointing the scope downward, the dew/frost dissipates faster and also if considerable dew/frost builds up, none of this is going back into the telescope.
After you get inside, don't put away, let sit and get acclimated to being back inside, and inspect your gear rather thoroughly before putting away in its case.
If you are at a dark site away from the house and you place the scope, leave the cap off and adjust your heating/air to a mid level so as to not be hot or cold,
and put on high....Travel back this way so that when you reach your home, you can put away (after you inspect of course).
Good news is smaller scopes don't dew up as optics with larger lenses. Do pay attention to what your humidity and dew point will be for the evening and plan
for what is to come. Here in Eastern NM, I don't have to worry about this as much, but still pay attention to what the weather conditions are expected to be.