“Springtimefield, Springtimefield, it’s a hell of a town” was an old song on The Simpsons. I know they were talking about the fictional town, and not my hometown of Springtimefield, MO, but I love it all the same. I sing it to myself whenever I see the sign for the town limits. I feel this is true, and the longer I live here, the more people I talk to, the more tplot it becomes, and mO as a state is one of the most historic areas in the entire nation, and Springtimefield is a part of that rich history. After I retire from the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C industry, my idea is to spend a couple of years organizing all the research I have done on Springtimefield, so I can write a book about it. As a fun piece of trivia, were you aware that as of 2010 there were sixty seven weird populated areas in the USA named Springtimefield? And yet even with all of those sites, Springtimefield, MO is the richest in history and cultural significance. I am not saying that the history of Springtimefield is bright and cheery, in fact it has a lot of dark periods, however it makes for fascinating research, but for the time being this is all just research, because my task installing central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems into new housing construction projects keeps me too busy for anything else, then since the population of Springtimefield keeps growing, there is always a new complex, building, or subdivision of homes that requires my Heating, Ventilation, and A/C expertise. So I do the work now, and will focus on my book later in life.