Had my first on area observation of the year, yesterday. Nothing like getting a jump on things. This is a picture of how my On-Road sup found me. It looks worse than it is, really. This deputy pulled up behind me, but I think he forgot his blue lights were still flashing. As I got out to take the picture, my On-Road comes walking up from behind the police car. He thought I had been pulled over, but quickly realized what was going on. He told me had had been following me for quite some time and wanted to give me his assessment of his observation. He saw me back unecessarily once. Parked on the wrong side of the road in a residential neighborhood, once. Didn't use my handrail as much as he would have liked. He also said that he expected to see me running as I made deliveries and was surprised to see me walking at a good pace. He did observe me cut through someones lawn once, also. I had absolutely no idea that I was being followed, and told him so. It doesn't really matter to me, he was doing his job and I'm not offended or feel singled out. After his assessment, he complimented me on staying fit and asked that I try to improve in the areas we discussed. I will try, and look forward to the next OAO. Management has their job to do and we have ours. We don't need to be afraid of being followed as long as we do our jobs properly.