Hey soup maybe they could make the trailer stand on one wheel like the car guys stand on three, or just bounce up and down doing the Mexican shuffle. I have a few young friends that are into hydraulics, my wife thought racing and rods was expensive but hydraulics top that.
Mine was in one of my sister's "bachelor baskets" she makes for Christmas for her unmarried siblings (usually full of socks and underwear). I've had it for five or six years now, it works great. It'll even charge from a regular lamp.
'76 Shasta 2250 kept in a perpetual state of restoration. That way I don't have to buy any more campers