LOL, good one George good one. That's me right about now. No missus to help pull me out. But that's me!! It's possible you found the video of the story I heard. I may have the wrong locomotive in mind. That is an awesome scene and would be easy to replicate on most anyone's layout or club layouts. How cool is that?! It's been getting progressively worse and worse. Going back a ways, by now. The story about the kids in the mobile home park, referred here as park. It was hard to tell and write. These were kids I had high hopes for but it was a bigger problem starting with the parents and there was no way in hell, I was going to influence them. They found a way to survive in America whether or not they are here legally. Whether or not there behavior is legal. The real issue here and/or irony here. The illegals were the best neighbors because they didn't want trouble. They didn't want to risk deportation. They made good neighbors. The green carded or legal's didn't care because that threat of being of being deported no longer hung over their heads. No longer a threat. Odd combination. I was constantly being asked for advice through an interpreter. Constantly filling out forms for them and in one case proved to the court that one of them did indeed have car insurance and got his pick-up back. The Americanized neighbors were and still are awesome. For example the neighbors I have this far north in Idaho Country. We run to the store, post office out to eat in a Mexican Restaurant and buy the best food at the Mexican stores up here. I couldn't do all that without them. I cared for my neighbors and hated to leave them. Shed a tear or two when saying good-bye. And I do miss them. Think about it, honest to god Mexican food. You can't beat it. I return you to our regularly scheduled program. I need my coffee this morning.