Whoa!!! That went from zero to 60 in no time flat. Crazy stuff. Can't imagine what dealing with the fallout from that would be like in the workplace. I went to the most enjoyable bad basketball game I've ever seen last night. The Pacers amazingly beat Philadelphia on Monday night but lost their shooting skills somewhere between Indianapolis International Airport and Target Center in Minneapolis. My youngest son's birthday was Tuesday so it was an occasion for us to get out together. It was so sad at times it was hilarious. I think every rule in the rulebook was called throughout the game. Anyone who says that traveling, double-dribble, and 3 second lane violations are never called in the NBA should have seen this game. The Pacers trailed until the end of the third period when they finally evened things up, took the lead, and barely hung on for a win. The Timberwolves are a bad team without their star player - the Pacers should have easily beat them, but no. They had to play down to their competition and then some. The Pacers game was this week's highlight. I woke up this morning to -16F outside. A bit cold. But I'm walking three miles every morning at the gym before I go to work and I feel great. Thank heavens for motorcycle themed podcasts. Next week is skiing two days in Colorado with my oldest son. That should be the highlight of January. Mrs. RD350 had surgery last week and she's still recovering. I don't think she's totally cured so 2020 may be a lost year for us traveling anywhere. I expect another surgery for her before the end of the year. Winter is almost over. Only two more weeks and we'll start the slow slide in Spring. I can't wait! Joel: Post some ski pics so I can see what your destination is like.