At the moment it remains a mystery. Three different sawmills shipped carloads of lumber to a U.S. reload. The carloads on that train all arrived in an unusual state of ‘undress’. That is, one side of the train appears to have encountered someone/something enroute that stripped the paperwrap. The uniformity of the wrap removal, or destruction of same, on all carloads involved, has transportation folks puzzled. Were the impacted cars exposed to heat from a fire, that melted the paperwrap? Why is the exposed lumber in otherwise perfect condition? Did someone cut the paper for shelter? Or did Santa’s helpers gain access with aims of securing exotic sawmill wrappings in advance of high seasonal demand? ………. Who knows?