Ok, so while I am waiting for the A/C compressor to be repaired, I decided to take the FB out for a run, just to run it, that's all!. Came over the top of a high bridge, and looked at the temp gauge - DOH! - it was pegged on the H. Cut the motor, coasted off the bridge and pulled over. Raised the hood and waited for it to cool down some (fat chance in 98 degree, humid weather). Meanwhile, the overflow tank is regurgitating all over the ground, and the radiator sounds like a crawfish boil - minus the tiny screams. So I'm standing there and waiting, I'm fuming, the car is puking. Surely I couldn't have lost that much coolant during the thermostat change, could I? At least 3 people stopped to ask if I needed help (nice guys, but driving a Cadillac, and a Lincoln, I don't think so, thanks anyway). A few minutes later, I eased it down to a closed convenience store, pulled it under the fuel canopy, and opened the hood, again. Looked around for a container, and found a 12 oz. Miller Light bottle. And the outside spigot was working! about 20 trips later (at 12 oz a trip) the overflow was no longer purging into the radiator, and the radiator was cool enough to begin filling again. 10 trips later, the thermo was down to 1/2, and I was crusing again. Got 4 Need help's, and 2 Nice Cars! And Met a Diver!