Every year my family has a Christmas tradition of setting up several Lego trains running through a seaside Lego village consisting of houses, a lighthouse, train stations, railyards, level crossings, and more. Trains are an important part of my family heritage, stretching back to the early 1900s. Two years ago I set up the trains early - before Halloween. One of our trick-or-treaters was a boy and his mother that my wife knew. When he saw the Lego he wanted to stay and play for a while. As he did, his mother asked my wife "So how old is your little boy?" Before my wife could answer, I came down the stairs and said "50!" The mother was shocked needless to say. Dennis Jones