i am THERE.
methinks this is the way to go.
no impact, lots of breathing, and you get to lean into it.
lessons learned on first night.
1. - (as per Doug) ... wait until night. it's not so lame looking**, and there's less traffic. you get hit between the tire and you, is all over. (the rig needs a easy to break rope for this to be safer).
2. - one remarkably stout 225/70x19 truck tire is not enough to do real damage. i could tow that thing for days. tomorrow i gott'a find a more manly size, or double up on it. we need more weight. it seemed substantial when i tossed it into the car, but it tows less than it .. whatever.. just needs more.
3. - is suspect the second tire should be rigged behind the first one, not on top. this would give more stable traction/friction.
4. - the tow chain rubbing on the ground gets extremely hot and when putting my rig away, it burned a nice patch in my arm.
** - factually (for BPL), yes. it is fully as lame "looking". but, since there is less, if any, light ... then does it look as lame if nobody can see it ? and thusly, lesser possibility of "looking".
from here it may be noted that lame looking, is not the same as looking lame.
this might be one of those symantec word thing sorts of traps.
take it directly to chaff.