Well, lately the temperature outside has dropped below freezing and, having finally got into the swing of checking for supermarket delivery slots, I admit that until yesterday I had barely needed to leave the house for days. There's been a period of quite intense development at work, so it was good to get away for a walk yesterday with Dan and Ⓑ.
Our plan for a walk yesterday was to do the Bath Skyline. Given the recent weather, however, virtually every footpath in the area appears to be unnavigably due to mud. We decided to repeat the Two Tunnels Greenway so that we could enjoy the diggy hole, the woods and the other things along the way, like donkeys and a castle, without wellies for once. On the walk back, it started snowing. Though it never pitched, the flakes got bigger and bigger, so we grabbed a taxi home and watched it fall in between eating pizza and watching The Goonies (1985).
I managed to get a bit of my own coding done this week too, on the software that outputs this site. Not only are the pages here served over HTTP, but also over Gemini. I've tried to keep the method of delivery separated from the content itself by using an intermediate markup language that promotes this kind of so-called 'bihosting'. Behind the scenes, whenever there is a link on this site, the author specifies one or more equivalent links. When constructing pages in each protocol, the software picks the most appropriate link.