Earlier today, I got an email saying a couple of books were in at the library. It had been lashing down rain all morning, but when there was a break, I made a dash for it. Of course, as soon as I got downstairs, it was misting again. By the time I got to the library, my glasses were off, my hair was dripping, and I was glad I'd worn my trench coat. No matter. I got my books, put them in my bag, and headed home. When I walked outside, it looked like there was some snow mixed in with the rain, even though it was quite mild. By the time I got home, it was back to mist again. The whole trip took me less than 15 minutes.
After lunch, we could see that it had stopped raining again, so we took off to wander around for a while, choosing to take roads and paths that we had not been on yet. I satisfied my curiosity about whether there was a path between two roads--there is. I'd seen what looked like an entrance to the path a few weeks ago when we were finding the GP. It's a good shortcut and allows pedestrians to avoid the chaos at a roundabout where two roads meet.
Walking along, we came to the Public Services Building. This town has just under 1200 people, so it isn't large, but it is the largest in the region, so that may be why the building is located here.
A bit further on, we turned onto a side street, assuming it led back to Main Street. By then, the mist had returned, softening the edges of the surrounding hills.