If a glider has a safe normal landing in a cow pasture or other farm field and has no damage, how is it typically recovered to be returned to an airport for a future flight? Are the wings designed for quick/easy removal and the wings and fuselage are just hand-carried to a long trailer waiting on a nearby road? That's kind of how it's done (I believe) with balloon landings, but not sure what the process is for gliders.
Trailering is the most common, however at some of our club's select off airport spots, we had landowner's permission, and I would land the Pawnee and the crew with the trailer would show up for a launch. It saves the time of disassembly and reassembly. But for most glider pilots the norm for an off-airport landing is to trailer the craft to the airport.