Do you believe in miracles? I do now. A year ago our local electric coop won a case before the ACC that allowed them to build a new high voltage distribution line into our community on the pretense this was needed to improve our service. And this request was made in spite of a consultant’s report commissioned by the company that concluded we did not need additional power for twenty some years. Up until the decision, we had been experiencing power surges, brown-outs and power outages on a fairly regular basis, good weather or bad. No sooner had the decision come down, then the galvanized cacti went up to be followed by the stringing of high tension lines. The new sign of progress extended across the historic Babocomari ranch from Huachuca City to Highway 83 in Elgin. And our lights have hardly had a flicker since this was completed! A miracle, yes, but the real miracle is this is happening without a single new volt going over those new lines and into the local distribution system. Why do you think this is? I have my ideas. What are yours?