East Hepple Farmhouse
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... Kirk Yetholm at 1230hrs. Found the pub and had a lovely lunch then decided as we have a big day tomorrow (21kms) we'd rest up so crashed on the village green and listened to the birds. This is also the end of the Pennine Way. Might have to do that next. We checked into our accommodation at Blunty's Mill which is a lovely place run by a very attentive ...
Glad to leave Hoolets Nest today. We are all covered in dog hair feeling filthy. The lady was very nice and had a kind heart but the place was dirty and stunk of dogs plus dog hairs everywhere. I suppose at least the sheets were clean. She took us into Jedburgh for a look around. Another derelict abbey quite magnificent and a look around Queen Mary's House. We set off from Jedburgh at 11am arriving Morebattle thankfully at 3 pm. A lovely walk again ...
... Sat outside in the garden and had the best roast beef sandwiches with horseradish. Unfortunately couldn't fit in any of the cakes. Arrived at Hoolets Nest just outside Jedburgh about 4 pm. Very interesting accomadation. We should have known really it was going to be different when the lady asked if we minded dogs coz she has 7 !!!!!! Smelt rather doggy and dog hair on every surface!!! Sandra sure she found a dog print on ...
... a walk and we meandered along a river through a few small towns then a gradual climb up to a saddle between the Eildon hills and a steep descent into Melrose - at that point we were very glad we had decided to complete the path in reverse order. We had a look at Melrose Abbey built over 300 years and destroyed in one of the many battles between Scotland and England. We had dinner out before retiring to our separate B and ...
... the waterfront at North Shields before meeting Andrew and Vicky for a fantastic lunch. Tom finally had his Yorkshire Pudding! Andrew and Vicky set off for London (5-6 hrs driving) having convinced Tom and me that we should drive to South Shields and Marsden Grotto. We weren't disappointed. The coastline is particularly interesting here.
Armed with google maps we found the A69 home in time to pack ready for an early departure tomorrow for the Lake District.
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