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... he thought as we headed straight out of Innerleithen to Traquair to then climb 450m straight up to Minch Moor. A bit more than a gentle pipe opener! When we got to the top though, the views were majestic with the highlight the Eildons (our destination) in the distance. As on previous days, much of the route followed an old drovers road, so once up the top the going was reasonably easy. Rain showers came and went. In truth they came when we had no ...
... s excellent tuition I had pretty much every joint cut within a couple of hours. In my original construction plan I had banked on all my mortise & tenons and dovetails taking me at least a week to cut by hand. Thanks to a bit of Vorsprung Durch Technik, not only had I completed the job in a couple of hours, but the resulting joints were much better fitting and cleaner than anything I could have cut by hand. A week saving of effort ...
... down through both areas of deciduous and coniferous woodland before we reached Minchmoor Bothy, a wooden building with sleeping platforms provided as a shelter from the harsh weather that often accompanies travellers crossing this area. With excellent views of Innerleithen and Lee Pen we found ourselves walking along a stone wall lined, grassy track. We were ready to stop by the time we reached Traquair at 1535hrs after a total of 12.8 miles! It had been a hard day, ...
... we are still trying to work out was he taking a movie or just still photos. We also saw a couple of 3 wheel motorbikes with caravans behind them!!! We were driving past them so no photo's, but it certainly made us look. Today we have driven thru some farming country and the crops are very green. We stopped at the Scottish Borders and the view was great. We pulled up in a parking zone ...
... which revives me and raises the fighting spirit index a few points.
Traquair, it pains me to say, dates back to Roman times. It also has the old continuously inhabited house in Scotland and parts of the house date back 1000 years, with 27 Kings/Queens having visited it. Clearly out of fashion now though, as it's been a while since the last regal visit, from one Mary Queen of Scots.
Every man dies. Not every man really lives.
William Wallace Rogers