Thanks y'all! In my previous life I was a commercial electrician for 10 years, so this was easy for me to do myself. Nearly $300 in material and a few hours of time I was up and running!
I had to run a dedicated 30 amp service for the TT because I used my adapter and plugged it into the garage. After running the A/C for about an hour the breaker tripped. I reset the breaker, after reducing the load (moved garage fridge to another circuit and unplugged the unused chest freezer). After resetting the breaker, the A/C on the TT ran for about 4 hours and we ran an errand to the grocery store. Upon coming home the A/C wasn't running. I went and checked the breaker and it was still on. I checked breakers in the TT and they were on. I pulled the plug out of the receptacle and my extension cord had burned up on the end. I am lucky the house didn't burn down! Federal Pacific electrical panels were banned in 1974, or somewhere thereabouts, for that exact reason...breakers don't properly trip.
Needless to say, there are no worries now