Trailer is off to bed...
After last week's windstorm I was ready to get my trailer into dry and windless storage. (Karen, I WAS able to turn the trailer back straight just using the jack wheel and my own power, which is why I have a wheel there.) "Winterized" (nothing to do but empty the Porta Potti) and stowed stuff safely and this morning towed it over to a friend's where it will reside in bay 3 of the barn until I need it.
I found that my old microwave worked fine in the microwave cupboard (had to take the one hinge off to get it in as the hinges were in the way). It stayed in place as I drove it over (on curvy roads) but moved a bit. How is the factory microwave held in place? I figure I can cut blocks for the front, sides, and back to hold it steady but just curious as to how it is done.
Also, I left it just sitting on its own wheels and the tongue wheel. I don't really see a problem with that for what's likely to be about four months- should I worry about blocking it up off the wheels?