So @Ratkity, what command do you use when you want him to drop something, or ignore something? We use leave it for that. Or will you only use English Leave it for those types of commands. Obviously, I think he must think in both Spanish and English!
@RyanAndLulu I searched on two ladders et voila-found this by @Fergie in January: I did it surprisingly easily without any help by putting a step ladder on each side of the trailer to allow me to go back and forth to spread the cover out on top and work it down the sides. The extra foot or two length provided by the R-Pod design allows me to cover my spare that is mounted to the hitch and the hitch itself. The door opening is a little off, but I have no trouble unzipping the cover there and rolling it up for access. Also the added height allows the elastic bottom to completely go under the trailer all around.
The obvious caveat is you need 2 ladders, and I think the rpod cover is longer, so may prove easier. She got er done, although it does sound like work!
@gkillmaster, what trailer do you have? If it's so new you've never put any water in it, you're good. If there's water anywhere, well, you need to search on winterize and start reading. Did you get a manual? It gives you good information and also questions, like blowout vs antifreeze (although you should always put RV antifreeze in the toilet, sink and shower traps as the last step).