Content With Tag “Walking”

Listing 42 pieces of content with the “Walking” Tag.

  1. Week 186: Snip

    Two little black cats wearing bright yellow flower-shaped pillows around their necks. They look like sunflowers.

    A week of minor operations, microchips, poo trails, little sunflowers, reading on Hampstead Heath, multiple books, and a fun house party. Read Week 186: Snip.

  2. Week 183: Bluebells

    Charlotte walking through a tree tunnel with the wood around us carpeted in bluebells

    A week of tracking down bugs, availability metrics, far-too-large conferences, showering in the light, udon, shopping trips, co-op video games, and walks in bluebell woods. Read Week 183: Bluebells.

  3. Week 175: Leaving Hike

    A week of goodbyes to cats, goodbyes to colleagues, lovely countryside walks, a little bit of sickness, cute babies, security incidents, and becoming an AI bore. Read Week 175: Leaving Hike.

  4. Week 171: Shrewsbury

    Charlotte sat on an armchair with a spaniel (Bertie) in her lap

    A week of meeting friends, Guinness 0.0s, drives to Shrewsbury, long walks, good dogs, outdoor swims, excellent food, software engineering, tea rooms, and Border Collies. Read Week 171: Shrewsbury.

  5. Week 169: Red Kites

    A Red Kite flying low, taken from beneath it. It has broad wings and a slightly forked red tail

    A week of internal tech conferences, theatre databases, pretty countryside, Midsomer Murders, birds of prey, memories, galleries, roast dinners, and overhyped AIs. Read Week 169: Red Kites.

  6. Week 167: Cryptic

    A completed cryptic crossword in a book

    A week of new years, being back at work, AI anti-hype, garden walks, being rained on, actors, skylines, a lack of TV, and a complete crossword. Read Week 167: Cryptic.

  7. Week 163: Old Fashioneds

    A lit up and decorated Christmas tree

    A week of tiredness, possibly giving up on Advent of Code, all-day planning sessions, Christmas parties, Old Fashioneds, bad hangovers, long hikes, and trees. Read Week 163: Old Fashioneds.

  8. Week 162: Rustration

    A view of the Thames and the O2 from above

    A week of long walks, outdoor art, docklands, escape rooms, drinks, Christmas pizza, fairy lights, advent calendars, and Rust-based tooling. Read Week 162: Rustration.

  9. Week 160: Doubtfire

    A sheep with a very impressive double set of horns

    A week of re-engaging my brain, debugging, 90s classics, being sick, bottomless brunches, tequila rose, city farms, roasts, and unexpected meetings. Read Week 160: Doubtfire.

  10. Week 158: Bangkok & Chiang Mai

    A busy street in Bangkok at night, market stalls are being set up

    A week of busy cities, nightlife, excellent cheap food, overnight trains, beautiful countryside, sticky waterfalls, eggy springs, injuries, and all-inclusives. Read Week 158: Bangkok & Chiang Mai.

  11. Week 157: Drive to Sydney

    A view over a cliff into the bright blue sea below

    A week of long drives, beautiful country, rugged coasts, whale-spotting, live kangaroos, beach days, cocktails, opera houses, Jacaranda trees, and more long flights. Read Week 157: Drive to Sydney.

  12. Week 156: Melbourne

    The entrance to Luna Park which is a large creepy-looking face, you walk through the open mouth to enter

    A week of jet lag, tall buildings, exhibitions, old friends, lectures, lamingtons, croissant queues, long beach walks, rickety rollercoasters, Hanging Rock, dead kangaroos, and a long drive. Read Week 156: Melbourne.

  13. Week 154: Crayfish

    A crayfish visible at the bottom of a very clear stream.

    A week of normality, deep rabbit holes, proxies, good lebanese food, several Whitechapel pubs, bad Zipcars, family visits, wholesome childhoods, country walks, and future holidays. Read Week 154: Crayfish.

  14. Week 153: Japan

    A view over Kyoto from Kiyomizu-Dera

    A week of fish markets, projected carp, stock exchanges, roller coasters, Izakaya, trains, Kyoto, friendly deer, sake, restorative tantanmen, and heaps of food. Read Week 153: Japan.

  15. Week 152: Tokyo

    A view across a busy street crossing in Kabukicho, to tall buildings covered in lit-up signs

    A week of multiple flights, not napping, delicious ramen, vending machines, Japanese gardens, drinking sake, claw machines, drinking sake, bright lights, and friendly bar staff. Read Week 152: Tokyo.

  16. Week 147: Aberaeron

    Lots of cute little cottages lining the river Arth

    A week of family visits, video games, talks about wine, long drives, great lunches, picturesque towns, long walks, and soaking in a hot tub. Read Week 147: Aberaeron.

  17. Week 137: Slabbering Baby

    A photo of an information board in the woods, the board shows a group of children crouched by a wall, the caption reads 'Group drinking water by the Slabbering Baby'

    A week of milestones, niche memes, not enjoying blood tests, poo scraping, debugging Minecraft servers, the coming software apocalypse, and a sunny trip to Leeds. Read Week 137: Slabbering Baby.

  18. Week 135: Kintbury

    Me and Charlotte standing on a bridge by the canal. The sun is shining and everything is very green

    A week of extended bank holidays, long sunny walks, mid-quality gossip, lots of canals, over-engineering Minecraft, and developing a seasonal allergy. Read Week 135: Kintbury.

  19. Week 128: Winter Crag

    A panoramic view over Ullswater Lake from the top of our walk. The sun is shining and the sky is blue.

    A week of lakes, beautiful scenery, long drives, long walks, easter egg hunts with friends, meta weeknotes, Railroad Ink, and looking forward to the D&D movie Read Week 128: Winter Crag.

  20. Week 120: Peaks

    A road sign in the pretty Yorkshire countryside that reads 'Blue Ball Lane'

    A week of feeling rotten, working from home, weekend rambles, Yorkshire countryside, dismantling wardrobes, and complete exhaustion. Read Week 120: Peaks.