Bill, I just had a funny idea. While I was typing here, I got a phone call. It was a old buddy looking for some lumber. He has two pretty big scary dogs. I said why don't we call them "no spark" and "no carb" He doesn't speak english, so I had to say to him that a california friend is having troubles with the lawn mowers again. His newest acquisition is an old sears snow blower. The shaft is shard off. He got it for dirt cheap and we will have fun welding something up to get it throwing snow for next winter. One sleeps all day, he would be no carb. This is where he laughed hard into the phone, the other dog is kind of OCD. It will chew anything to oblivion. He just inherited his new nickname. "no spark" Up one minute, down the next. I think that dog maybe have even cracked a tooth chewing on my work boots. The chew marks ended at the front toe of that nice pair of boots. I was pissed off cuz I liked those boots. But we figured out why, my current GF works in a meat factory and when she works the marinating sauce fly's everywhere. The dog probably thought it was a steak. The plant she works at is "viandes Lacroix" http://lacroixmeats.com/ I like it when she brings home some souvlaki or even better when she brings home some badly cut tenderloin. I make good ragout from those cuts. Another of my friend works for a new shop. Apparently they use a new procedure, "viande sous vide" http://naturelxtd.ca/ He took me to see the process, quite interesting and unique to our region.