since i moved here i have been keeping the TI on the small kayak cart (plugged into the back holes behind the rear seat) and on the beach cradle thing (more front middle area). this was the only way i could get it up the previous (pre typhoon samba) sand birm ledge thing on my own, but now that its smooth sand all the way i may just keep it back on the beach cradle thing and propped up in the back by my old kayak like i had in annapolis at my previous home.
@Nohuhu: the hobie salesman in annapolis always said it was pretty safe as long as it was supported in 2 spots evenly distrubuted.
@Oatesy: yeah he sort of just wrapped it up like a mummy in the front and back and then tied it to the only 2 stumps remaining.
i had cleared out a path through that lush jungle that was previously all around where the kayak is now at and it was difficult even with a machette but i guess sand burried all the folliage and roots + the wind and waves knocked down all the small trees and just swept them away. best news is that i now have a completely smooth sandy ramp all the way to the water and no more steep slope to contend with
but i almost lost the TI in the process... phewww