So I started the day with some investment research shortly after market open. Also did some accounting (and scheduled the tax-planning work for later in the week) and finished assorted paperwork that I needed to bring with me on the midday errand run. Went to town to do some banking, librarying, and post officing. Prepared lunch. After that, I had to drop by at the former workplace to return a key fob that I forgot to bring with me on Friday.
By then, it was late afternoon. Whew. Time for a bit of recreation. First, I went for the Bike Ride geocache in Nutley. Very quick one. Then I did The Tin Man's Memorial Island, a 3-part multi, at Edgemont Park in Montclair. This was actually quite entertaining. The "Tin Man" is a sculpture made of recycled tin cans. Then I added one more cache to the list since it wasn't far away and I still had time. So I went to Eagle Rock Reservation in West Orange for NJCC: Matterhorn. It was a short walk on the Lenape Trail but pretty nice as it was 10 degrees cooler in the woods.
On the plus side, I may actually get to bed before 4am because I could get all the non-job work done during the day. Unless, of course, I start working on photos. Lots of free time. Yeah. :)