What does a man do with his day off? He goes for a three-mile run with his dog. He eats a late breakfast at a diner, where he sits at the counter and reads a book while eating green-chile benedict. He stops by his son’s school, where it’s “Farm Day,” and goats and llamas and ponies are on the premises. And he finally visits the American Banjo Museum, with artifacts, stories and tributes to the likes of “King of the Banjo” Eddie Peabody, early pioneer Earl Scruggs, folk icon Pete Seeger, and wild and crazy Steve Martin.