When we got home, I got kitted up in my coveralls (you do get a lot of sawdust on you when moving this stuff around), Lisa backed the trailer up against the fence, and she handed the logs to me to load into our two wood boxes.
There's most of the logs in the newly-refurbished large wood box. The cord-wood on the right is the last bits of previous purchases. I'm loathe to burn this all at once because it does have the general virtue of burning longer. It's a little tricky to load the fireplace to burn all night with the fire-logs.
Because of the issues with keeping these logs dry, we've lined the bottom of the box with pallets and the sides with the last of the "fence-posts."
Here's the new small porch box, with the lid removed, and mostly full of logs, although I didn't fill it completely. The rolls of brown paper are the paper that wraps the pallets, This can be used to kindle fires, and Lisa also finds uses for the pallets on which the logs come, even if it's just disassembling and cutting them down so the boards can be burned, so very little goes to waste.
Besides what we have in the wood boxes here, there is about 1 1/4 pallets of these logs out in the garage, so we are fairly well set for the colder weather that is just around the corner.
Ironically (but usefully since we were unloading wood), today was relatively warm, so after we got everything put away including stowing the trailer and getting dusted off and the sawdust swept off the porch, we could spend a while just relaxing in our deck chairs on our front porch looking at the trains across the street. We don't get to do that as much as we would like, and it was a nice afternoon to do so.