Once home, Scott looked around, and immediately started caulking and recaulking stuff (it's really hard to see where you caulked when your caulk drys clear). Scott and I then took the unenviable task of starting the paint the ceiling. I apparently got drafted into being the guy standing on a couple of 2x4s strung between a step ladder resting on the staircase, and the landing above the staircase, while Scott was holding the ladder. Why did I get this job? I weigh the most of anyone that was around, but apparently I'm also the tallest. Anyway, I didn't get hurt (shocker), and if I must say so, I did and admirable job 'cutting in' the ceiling. Scott and I then continued to work on the ceiling, while Travis worked on removing the pocket door.
The pocket door is old, and we figured now was the time to replace it, since we were going to be painting. Travis proceeded to remove the trim from the door, then we removed the casing, and tried to swing out the pocket door. Turns out we goofed. The door we have swings out from the kitchen side (the room we painted 2 years ago). Great. We removed the trim from that side, easily removed the door, and inspected everything. The hardware looks good, so we oiled it up, and tested it, and it works great - we'll pick up a new door tomorrow.
After we got all cleaned up, I managed to get an 90 minute bike ride in. I felt really good about that, and am now 36% toward my goal of 20 hours in March. Granted, 40% of March has already passed, so I've got some catching up to do, but I am doing progressively longer rides, and not getting worn out, so it should be doable.
Now, I think I need a shower...