PythonJohn. I know you are retired but I almost gave them your name yesterday. We needed ya. The little county seat town of 8000 I live near had a little rough go of it Saturday night into today. And that is just the start. Fire started on our main street at 2:00 am. Before it was over 1/2 block burned to the ground. Eight successful businesses were eliminated and another 8 won't be able to get into their business for God knows how long. There were 16 fire departments from 2 states from as far away as 40 miles and over 50 vehicles involved. Two towers with double hoses, many hook and ladders and a lot of pumpers. They ran out of water and had to start pumping out of our local river. It looked like a convoy of trucks hauling water to that fire. Temperatures of minus thirteen with a wind chill to below 20. Fellows could only work an hour before being relieved. Half the town lost power because a large line got melted behind these buildings. With gas and power turned off many people had to move out their places and consequently their plumbing froze up. Red cross still in town and I don't know how many people are still living in shelters. The real trouble starts now. Nancy had contracts with two of those buildings for her cleaning service. I hope my social security went up a lot. The businesses lost were viable and important. Wal-Mart still hadn't run them out after being in this town for 20 years. I doubt if they will rebuild. These small towns are drying up like prunes. This won't help us any. Infrastructure got beat down. Will cost a lot of taxpayers money to fix. Sales tax revenue will go down. Jobs will be lost. People will move out. Will be interesting to see what happens. Sent a couple of pictures. Hope they come up. John.