It seems so good to be a part of you now after a year of not having you in my home.A lot has happened to the area in which I live that will be of segnificance to the family of researchers that I have come to know that you are. Ricks College that is some 45 miles away is not Ricks any more.It is BYU-I. You still access it as Ricks.edu on the internet and come up with the BYU-I web page. The Family History Library next door to me is having their fall and winter class' focusing the whole set of Class' on the census' because of the availability of the images of the census' on Ancestry.com or Roots. A Seminar this February had a class that did a listing of the items each census took in a chart that went through the years the census was taken comparing the years with the items. The chart was most interesting in regards to the annilitical process that comes with finding a person or a family on the census and fallowing them through the years of 1790-1920 and soon to be 1930 census. Up until now that period of years were covered from 1790-1850 and then through 1850-1920. To have a full 12 or 13 weeks of class' covering that, seems to me to be a little much.I struggle with thinking I need that,as many class' as I have gone to over there and yet they come up with something new which is always a wonder to me and will really be a wonder to me this year. Can some one steer me a clear one on that one? Thanks bunches and it really is good to be back.I just downloaded PAF 5.1.Isn't that neet?