Many Thanks to all of you for posting your suggestions. As a matter of challenges with the search to find transportation of my trailer I will tell you what my experience has been.
I contacted 5 RV dealers
in the Spokane area. None were helpful with problem solving transporting the trailer and all said they "did not do that themselves. One said he had never been asked the question before. I also contacted Indianapolis dealers who reiterated they did offer that service either.
I worked with one vendor from Craigslist
in Indianapolis who had a flatbed where the trailer would have to be winched or lifted with a forklift. Recommendations were that probably wasn't the best route. That person had no insurance.
I contacted 4 private transportation companies
, one recommended by a RV dealer, only one of which gave me a bid to pull the trailer. That bid was the highest at 4,500.00.
, beyond the private transportation companies sought one contractor who provided the next to the highest bid and Uship could give me no reliable information about the vendor.
provided the most helpful information and it was through here that I chose someone to pick up the trailer. I encourage anyone looking for this service to try here first, particularly since their knowledge of pulling fiberglass
trailers provides insight to any challenges they may experience.
I also contacted Bigfoot
and they have not responded to my email or phone message.
As a matter of note the bids ranged from 1,650 to 4,500; the lowest stating 1650 was a "starting point."
I probably missed a couple of other explorations to get the trailer here but this at least I hope will be helpful to others.