I've noticed an interesting phenomenon is the countryside around here lately. I've observed pigs temporarily out in the open, usually in an oak grove (pigs just love acorns) - but they're contained only by one or two wires held up by somewhat flimsy looking fenceposts. That intrigued me - I learned young that containing pigs required a structure somewhat analogous to a fortress.
Turns out that when pigs are exposed to an electric fence (particularly when young) they learn well, and never forget. I'm not sure that the farmers even bother to "charge" the wire when they turn loose their pigs in those oakgroves.
Might be something to ponder......
Re; your "little red trailer".....
I've never understood our obsession with pickup trucks! Back in another lifetime, I had two trailers - probably the handiest tools I ever owned. No oil changes, no licenses. Just use 'em then park 'em. And they're always ready for use. Just sayin"..........
on slick roads trailers can not be all that much fun at times
also backing up a trailer at night on uneven ground can turn into a real task
we now have 2 used 94' toyota cars in the family
the only thing we use the truck for is if it's really snowy out
hauling firewood & plowing the driveway
our used truck that we bought should last us 10 years (also toyota)
because it sits 95% of the time
but when you need a truck you really need one