Listening to Ed – the trailer-drivin’ ‘expert’ – explain the art of backing up a trailer into a spot is considerably different than watching him try to execute the same maneuver.
I was almost in need of Pampers as I watched him try to back into the spot we’d picked at the Big Pines Recreation Area in the Yakima Canyon – for the 9th time.
“The first day with the new trailer”, I explained to the folks watching from the adjacent site. Unlike me, they were too polite to double over with laughter.
Finding a riverside site at MaryHill the next day with a pull-through was a complete godsend, so we stayed for 2 nights. 🙂
After running a bush over at the first (unpowered) site that Ed tried to back into at Cape Lookout (if you look carefully at the pic above, you’ll see Ed pushing the T@B into position), when we decided to find a full hookup site, he threw me the keys.
Oh well, turnabout would be fair play.
But miracle of miracles. I somehow managed to back it in straight the first time.
Proof positive that ignorance is bliss?