Bad things always happen in threes, and you've had your three. You should be good for a couple of trouble-free years, now! (LOL)
The very first outing in my Eagle went so well, I should have known something bad was on the horizon. I had returned home and was backing the rig into my driveway. Amazingly, I managed to get it into the right spot on the first try! I had only backed the 30' trailer into my 30' driveway twice before, but thought I had a pretty good feel for how much truck should be out in the street when the trailer was about as close to the garage as I wanted to get.
I backed it into the gutter. Pulled forward, and could see the damaged gutter, so a backed up again, thinking I wouldn't go back as far this time. Did the same thing! Ended up having to replace about 4' of my gutter, but the worst part was that the back of the trailer hit the gutter right where one of the mounting nails was located. The head of the nail put a nickel-sized hole in the rear fiberglass wall of my brand new trailer
, about a foot below the roof. It still has a piece of duct tape on it. Have the stuff to repair it; just haven't had the time to get it done.
I guess we're both
due for a rainbow!