Test run cleared up smoke. My wife tells me the smoke was a "bluish" color (I'm color blind). She also asked me if this was the same problem I had several months ago . . to which I replied, "what problem was that?" She said, "You old fart . . don't you remember when you had to tear that damned thing apart to get it running?"
Then, I recalled that, after sitting over the winter, a test run was attempted and the engine wouldn't turn over even with a good battery. Turned out that the carburetor float had become stuck and fuel gravity fed through it into the cylinders and oil sump. The cylinders had hydraulic locked and I had to drain the oil/gas solution, purge the cylinders, change the oil filter and repair the carburetor float. After all was said and done, the engine ran just fine but oil had saturated the muffler and showed up as blue smoke until it got burned away. This "old fart" is once again humbled by my wife's memory.
Thanks for yawl's input.
Great to hear nothing major