(The game store Red Castle Games has also opened its new location on Foster near 72nd, near the Portland Mercado if you know the neighborhood, so I let some gamer friends know. At-door pickup of games, for now, due to, well, Now.)
It's been a few weeks since I've done long, multi-mile walks, and tonight's walk wasn't as long as I can do, but it helped. I got up to an ATM in the shopping center at SE 82nd and Powell, wandered slightly more north, then started zigzagging obliquely towards home.
And I found coins. Three pennies, but those are three pennies I didn't have before. I know, it's not cost-effective picking up dropped change like that, but I still do it: it's an easy way to cut down on litter and no animals can accidentally swallow them. I'd noticed that lately, I'd found fewer coins; is that because people are handling less physical money or because I've been on shorter walks? Or both? I wonder about this.