Decided to take the bike out before the sun set. Had the headphones on, on the way there, everything was fine. Sat on my usual bench when I got to the Lavallete water tower, watched the sun go down, then decided to go back. But, before I did, I took the phones off to go enjoy the free 'concert' at the Gazebo, trying to look inconspicous batting away to the beat while sitting on my bike . Not to mention looking away from the band while someone decided to block my view . Headphones still off, I crossed the street, trying to make a bike ridden U-Turn across the road. I was approached by an older gentleman, telling me I really shouldn't be riding the bike there, wich is understandable despite the inchworm speed I was going. Unfortunatly, I couldn't stop, because the damn seat was raised too high. If I had stopped to get off there, I would have fallen over and to the ground as I put my foot down toward the pavement. So, I had to apologize, find the nearest curb, or sidewalk, and get off to lower the seat. As I did so, I realized I had gotten onto the sidewalk, and managed to get down using a higher patch of grass to my left. Now, the logical part of my mind knows and remembers how I got onto the sidewalk, but the OCD part isn't quite so sure. The logical part of my mind also knows, that, had I so much as brushed against someone, even at a snails pace, I would have noticed. It was a short block, no more than 15 steps from one end to the other, so I would have heard something, if something did happen. However, I decided to go down the road half a mile, turn back to check, ride down the road half a mile, turn back to check again. I didn't really mind, since I got more excerise on the bike than I would have if I just went home, but it is a bit of an annoyance.. Maby it's time to see if they've made any new and improved treatments for this. We had something for it last time, but it wore off in about 2 weeks.... Anyone else with OCD here, or am I the only one?