I really should have been more busy today. There's a report due to the SFSFC Board of Directors by their meeting next Saturday, and today would have been ideal for writing it, but I have been completely out of energy today and got nearly nothing done. Lisa and I did get out for a couple of walks, though: one in the afternoon and another one after dinner. We had the rest of the pork stew left over from last night as we watched an episode of Hec Ramsey ("CSI: The Wild West") from the 1970s. Lisa spotted that they couldn't possibly have had electricity in the town of New Prospect, Oklahoma in the very-definitely-established episode date of 1902, and we looked it up later and confirmed that rural electrification didn't reach Oklahoma until the 1930s.
Anyway, I hope I'll have the energy to write that report about Westercon 74 in the next couple of days so I can give it to the Board to have enough time to read it before our (exclusively online, of course) meeting next weekend.