Well, it will be interesting, having never towed anything before. But I live in a small town in a rural area. On Sundays, when all (2 whole blocks) stores are closed, it looks like a nuclear accident has occurred. Not a soul nor car in sight. That's when I will first take the "baby" out. I can go in and out of the parking lots and bank driveways for practice. I can't get into too much trouble that way. I can take her down to see my friends, which entails country backroads. I'm used to "flying" along on those roads so I have to get used to driving slow.
I haven't gotten my hitch yet. The budget all went to the purchase, but I should be able to get one put on next month. So I will futz-around, cleaning and checking everything out on the trailer for a few weeks. She's fiberglass, so a little cleaning and polishing is probably in order.
I've already got the escape itch. I was going along to the vet's office the other day with "the girls" and I had such an urge to keep going. Because of chronic illnesses I have been limited on how far I can go on trips - but now that I have the Puck, I can go wherever I want.
Sheila: when you say post pics of my adventures, do you mean when I get stuck in a driveway? HAHAHA
Next project: rent my house and get the %#** out of here! LOL
Keep all those fingers crossed - until it's in my driveway, it's not really mine.
Off topic: Have any of you come across this site before? I think that in the future I will be getting a pup from here. I know we have lots of dogs that need rescuing here, but these litlle guys really have it bad. http://www.potcakeplace.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=1&Itemid=26
I already have fallen in love with Winston (bottom of page). If you read the rescue and success stories, you'll see how these guys need help. Of course, I may succumb to a local rescue - I'm not planning on anything for awhile.