I was hanging out in mt shop / mancave the other day, and got to looking at my little Gorilla yard cart. It has a plastic bed, steel frame, pretty fat pneumatic tires, and the front wheels turn with the direction of the pull handle. It pulls very easily and will haul up to 300lbs if my memory serves me correctly.
So then I started thinking that if I ever had to leave the roads, and bug out far into the woods, that little wagon would carry a heck of a lot of stuff that I couldn't carry otherwise.
It would also float like a little boat if you had to cross a stream, and it is narrow enough to manuver through the woods except in underbrush thickette type conditions. It would also be easy to put dual wheels on it for more flotation and more stability on snow and in the mud, and not bog down from the weight.
Now the last thing I am going to do is try to pull 300lbs on a wagon throught the wilderness, but 100lbs wouldn't be bad, and a person could get a lot of supplies to the BOL that you normally couldn't take.
It would also be good to collect wood and water in after you got there!
So am I just nuts............don't answer that, or does this all make good sense?