You guys have great families, to actually help you out while getting into a site. My family tried to help me and somehow they let me drive the truck over a truck rim for campfires. It got wedged in between the frame rail on the truck and the transmission. If I move the truck either back or forth, the front of the truck would lift to the point the front tires were off the ground. Had to call a tow truck to lift the front of my truck to get the firerind outta there. i asked the towtruck driver to check for any picnic tables too.
Another time they guided me into a mud swamp, it was late at night, swamped the truck in mud to the axles. Another towtruck for that event.
We never did use the two way radios, i bought a set, but when it came time to find them, well who knows what ever happened to them. I always have a flashlite handy in the trailer, when i was gearing up for spring time camping i was at the local hardware store to get a flashilight, i thought i should get a couple cause the kids would take em on me, i left the store with 3 flashlights and yup u guessed it, when i needed a flashlight there was none to be found.
It's all about the experience I guess, if you can get the trailer parked and setup without getting divorced or running over one of your kids, your doing swell.
There's a method to the madness, disturb the method and the madness begins.