Jim, You can never know how much Jon (aka Broken Arrow) and my self appreciate all your generosity. All the time you have spent passing along your knowledge to us. Along with your help and support has been amazing. You can be a tough teacher but you know your stuff. I will never for get that Saturday night I came over to visit. I wanted to show you a YouTube video of a outing some one had posted. If memory serves me you had no interest...BUT I lured you in. Then it was game on. For the next hour you dissected that video. Having me pause it every 30 seconds as we had a geology lesson. I remember how you told me the guy in the video was walking over good ground and how excited you got when you saw the ground he should have been spending his time on. Tailing piles vs mine dumps...the lession went on and on. The knowledge you have imparted to Jon and I through your books and personal lessons has been priceless. We are blessed and very lucky Jim your a TOUGH ol miner. Yep Mackay was a miner....and your a tough one at that. Your one of there best. All I can say is THANKS. Dan PS Bill, You got to know how much Jim respects you what you have done for this industry. And how much he loves this electric campfire...So as Jim would say throw another log on boys...let it burn. SIDE NOTE. Guys... Jim love to be told how much you like him. We all like to be appreciated. BUT what Jim really likes it educating. So if there are any questions or problems you got...ASK. He might be able to help. Be patient, at 84 some times it can take a little longer. I got to say this though. I do not know many 84 year olds that use the computer as good as Jim. Any questions? Throw a log on, lets get this baby burning.