OK, I've heard from the cold and snow areas that you guys are done for the season now, and by all rights, I am too (-6 the other morning would have killed me if we hadn't gotten almost a foot of insulation first). The frost is creeping into the ground here. I have one site that the customers have moved. They have been customers for the last 3 years and I transfered their annual service pre-payment to the new house and winterized it. I stopped by the old place trying to meet the new customer and can't get lucky and find anyone home. The other evening, I poped the box on the DC and..........the water is still on. This house feeds the water from an inside shut-off with exposed piping before the backflow. That 3/4" copper survived the -6 of a week ago, but......... I have mailed a "current resident" letter, but does anyone read those? If they weren't only 6 blocks away, I would probably drop it. I take the truck mount compressor back Monday AM. If I don't catch them this weekend, I guess I give up. How far do the rest of you go to try and maintain addresses/sites when customers move?