I was wondering if anyone on the forum has any first hand experience with a single wheel hiking trailer. I’ve run across a bit about two and four wheel carts used for dessert expeditions, including John Muir’s unsupported traverses of Australia. (1600 miles, sheesh!) but most of the info I’ve found on the one wheel sort seems to be theoretical and is from the tacticool/prepper crowd, not from through hikers. I’m trying to decide if the idea is practical and if so what’s its limitations are. I was hoping someone out there had done some experimenting and could share some insight. The idea is basically to carry more water over semi-rough terrain for longer dry stretches while backpacking. A few examples. Mono walker, MULE, hiking cart. Monowalker Quick home experiment from garden shed junk. I put 12 gallons of water on it and it pulled like a dream. But It felt as though a fall would have been like being swatted to the earth by an asteroid. Any thoughts welcome, thanks.