With all the last minute preparations to leave the country, I had to put off dropping off my truck and trailer (and stuff on it) until the day before we leave- today. The plan: an ultra quick drive-up and drop-off; leaving the truck and trailer and returning immediately catching a ride back to Spokane. Should be 4 hours max. Everything looks good to go. I bring no tools, no air compressor, no jack and no spare. I get 20 miles away from getting to my destination, and I feel a shudder, look back and see a tire flying way up in the air as I feel a thud and see sparks. I pull over immediately. The back right trailer tire blew out; all 5 studs literally pulled through the hub assembly leaving 5 large egged out holes; 2 out of 5 lug nuts didn't break off and were still in the lug holes of the rim. Rim was screwed; hub assembly screwed; tire screwed. It's 2pm. In 14 hours we leave and I need to have about 1.5 days worth of stuff done before then (not counting trailer repair). After a bunch of phone calls, I have Judd & Brandy swing by with some tools, my mom's boyfriend Mike bring up my jack and tools, one of the cops swings by and puts out flares, a local farmer stops by and offers a hand; I have a friend and his dad go up and yank a hub assembly off a camp trailer in case it works, and another friend grabs another rim and bolts and washers and comes up from Spokane. Then it starts snowing. So sum up the rest, I got home really late and will be up until 4am when we leave and still won't be ready. Plus I've felt like crap with some cold or flu the last 5 days.