That's the number of steps my pedometer said I took today from the time I reached my first stop to the time I completed my last stop. I had always wondered how far we walked on an average day, and thought a cheap little pedometer giving me the number of steps would be an interesting statistic. Then I noticed on the drive back to the building(30 minutes), an additional 1,000 steps were added. Just working the pedals in the truck and the bouncing of the seat ad to the total. The aforementioned number is now bogus. Tomorrow I'll just count the number of steps to and from an average stop and multiply that by the number of stops. Some stops have long driveways, others short. It will just be an average. I wonder if getting a high dollar pedometer would make a difference? The one I bought was a real cheap thing. Has anyone else ever done this? What were the results?