Re: Who's towing a toad or small utility trailer
A friend of mine has a Roadtrek 190 Popular. When on the road or just out for a weekend, he just takes the RT and the trailer stays behind his fence. When heading to New Mexico on a long sabbatical where more capacity for gear is needed, the trailer goes with the van. As an added bonus, it is useful for marking a site when boondocking (although make sure to do basic security.) It is especially helpful with a place for a waste tote tank, so one isn't limited by black water, and five gallon water jugs make it fairly easy to keep at least the winter tank full (RT 190s have two fresh water tanks) if camping in cold weather. For storing bicycles, scooters, and other stuff, a trailer provides secure space for that. Plus, when not using the trailer, it can double as enclosed long term storage. Only caveat: Get a trailer with the ability to use hockey puck locks on the doors, and use a security chain for the wheels. That way, the trailer stays put, and stays unopened unless it is by you or your wife.
I have mentioned this in other posts, but eventually, I plan to expand on his enclosed cargo trailer, and add solar, a permanent fresh water tank with a 12 volt pump, and other items.
No clue on a toad on my part. One reason I like a "B" is that one really doesn't need a toad unless both people want their own vehicles. Of course, one can have a small car in an enclosed trailer, which provides the best of both worlds, but weight limits do come into play.