Guess it depends on how heavy it is with 4 supers on it. Any chance to harvest a couple supers of honey? Do it at night, and if it's hot, I would probably pull the top off and just screen it, as well as the entrance so they get plenty of ventilation. Borrow or beg a low trlr and a hand truck, and wheel the whole thing onto the trlr with a small ramp or tailgate. You won't need to place a branch at the entrance if your moving them 35 miles. They should reoriente fine without it. If your hive bodies are foam, tape will probably work better than nails or screws. Just be sure you secure them well. I was a bit careless on one occasion. Stopped at a light, looked in the mirror, and the air was full of bees, with a bunch of wide eyed motorists lined up behind me!!