As I previously mentioned in my Weekend in the Woods post, as a developer and spending lots of time sat in front of a computer, sometimes it's good to unwind and 'unplug'.
This weekend I did just that.
Part 1 - A Walk and Beer Festival in Hawkshead
Recently I've been working a lot of hours on a project that I'm excited about and is almost ready to go live.
Harry's post Make it Count and Andrew's tweet
are common place amongst developers I know. I started feeling like I wasn't at my best and so made a conscious effort this weekend to not work on the project I've been heavily involved with over the past week or so.
Feeling completely burnt out at the moment, going offline for a few days whilst I clear my head.— Andrew Nesbitt (@teabass) February 28, 2014
My good friend Paddy aka @allbeernobelly and I have previously done a walk / beer session in Huddersfield
/allbeernobelly.com/blog/2013/9/15/over-hill-and-real-ale-in-huddersfield (no longer online). It was great and so we decided we should do it again.
Paddy discovered that there was a beer festival on at Hawkshead and suggested we take our next walk / beer session to Hawkshead. This weekend, perfect!
I'm pretty sure Paddy will do a write up of the walk and beer festival, so I'll link it here when it's up.
Some photos I took of the walk and the Hawkshead beer festival:
Here's the beers I tried (unfortunately https://untappd.com doesn't have embed code, hopefully they're working on it, so here's a screenshot):
After a decent walk up a hill, some great beers, food and interesting conversation ranging from meditation, isolation tanks, Egyptology and The Human Flag I felt fully refreshed. Looking forward to our next walk and beer session.
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Part 2 - Halo
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