We drove home and Lisa backed the trailer into place and left the pickup running while we unloaded the 240 logs into the wood box. While we were doing this, a bit of oddball rail equipment came through.
This is a rail defect detector. I've heard on the radio that they were working with the local maintainer over the past few days and that they would probably be coming through Fernley on the main using their equipment to check the rails for cracks and other defects that can't be seen, but that could cause a rail to break if not addressed. Lisa, standing in the back of the trailer handing me logs, spotted/heard that the van was coming through and alerted me. She wanted a break anyway, so I ran out and took this picture.
We did get the logs put away and then the utility trailer, and then Lisa put the pickup in the garage. We'll go buy a new battery for it soon. In retrospect, maybe it's just as well that we didn't have to use it to go to SMOFCon.