By the way, the significance of finishing four special event programs is that it makes me feel less guilty about having ordered the record books for four new ones. I'll be doing America's Artistic Heritage, Museum Walk America, Flower Gardens and Festivals, and Historic Churches. I may be obsessive, but if it gets me some exercise, I suppose that's not an entirely bad thing.
The final stretch of today's walk was along King Street. I stopped to have udon for lunch at Asia Bistro and also browsed a bit in the used book store near the train station. Knowing that I had to climb back up the hill to the George Washington Masonic Memorial to get back to my car was a useful constraint on book buying.
Then I spent the entire afternoon running errands. Which means I could theoretically not even leave my house tomorrow! Unscheduled time is a major luxury. (But there are about 12 things I want to do, so unless the weather is particularly dreary, I suspect I will get myself moving.)