This is a boulder climbing journal. I’ve been learning and practicing for some years to have fun after work, but now I’m “starting over again”. I decided to have a physical and an online journal about it, and keep track of improvements.
I've decided to use as minimal resources as possible for this web, therefore I’m creating it without external CSS resources and scripts, only using
pandoc to convert markdown into HTML and adding some CSS. The CSS itself is inspired in the beautiful 100R site, they are amazing and inspiring, please take a look at their work and lifestyle. The images (if any) are uploaded either on my gitlab or in PixelFed. The reason is I’d like my pictures to be stored in a free software environment. The pictures themselves, if drawn will be drawn using Krita or Noodle.
This is just the main site or “the index”, the journal will be updated under Gemini protocol, instead of regular https, in my Gemlog blue place. If you clicked that last link you are able to visit thanks to a proxy, so it's like a hack. If you are interested in using the Gemini protocol on its purest, you should install Lagrange or even better, Amfora if you are into terminal use.
Nevertheless, enough with the techie stuff. Let’s get to climbing.