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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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On Sunday morning we left Melrose, but Robyn insisted we stop at a place called 'Scott's View', which was a lookout point Walter Scott used to view the Eildon Hills, and apparently it was the inspiration for many of his novels.
The view was magnificent, and it helped that it was a beautiful morning.
After that, we drove to ...
... under way. On the face of it the operation went well. The shelf corners slotted nicely in to each leg and as far as I could tell everything still seemed to be square. Time will tell the true story when I get to the gluing and clamping next week.
On a different note, a big part of this course are the off site visits to various people/places connected with making and restoring fine furniture. This week it was a trip to see how ...
We had a rather unsuccessful trip into Haddington [ISA 12.4] this evening and failed to find the hotel where HVM stayed, Bothwells House, the bridge with the gruesome 'hanging' hook and the tree marking John Knox's birthplace. We did find the church when Jane Carlyle is buried. But it ...
... market place. I found the hotel with the coaching arch where he stayed though sadly the arch has been filled in with a quite awful modern metal and glass construction and the reception area could have been anywhere. I fear that the Cross Keys Hotel has suffered the same fate as the one that he hurries towards so eagerly at the beginning of In Scotland Again.
Kelso offered nothing in ...
... Pulling off into a little Crescent, he worked and worked at it - trying to figure out the reason for the slipping so he could fix it. After awhile, I set off on my bike to scout out and see if I could find a cycle shop or somewhere we could get help. Obviously this problem was out of Brian’s scope of ability at this time. Went up and down to the next town and found nothing. Stopped in at a little store to ask - just in case. ...