Eckford Hall Steading
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Grey Horse Inn. We got our drinks and went to sit in the beer garden which consisted of a bench next to the road. When the barman came out later we said that this would be a good place to put a table, so the silly so and so went inside and carried on of the tables out for us.
When we go next time we are going to ask for "our usual table please".
Back to the van and a drink on the chairs before the wind got a bit too cool.
... Ready to go we decided to leave Brodie with Stewart and for him to be taken home as the temperatures were already too high for his comfort. We crossed the tumbling water of the River Tweed by the old packhorse bridge noticing the Airy Fairy refreshment stall at the side of the B&B by the same name as we walked up the road to join the path through Yair Hill Forest continuing along the Southern Upland Way. It was hot, getting hotter and the climb up through the forest ...
... humiliation'. So we were delayed by being able to experience this wonderful cameo of Scottish manhood, so what!
We hit the trail at 10.45, sustained by a pretty poor coffee and a delightful still-warm fruit scone, ready for anything.
The going was good at the start by walking the side of the River out through the Peebles parkland apart from a small deviation to get around the Innerleithen Water Treatment Plant (we ...
... stream, which we knew was heading down into the Tweed which we should hit about lunchtime. This first 8 kms into Broughton was perfectly flat which is always assured if you are on a rail track following a river downstream. We were walking alone and the peace was intense. As Debby said, we can hear the emptiness and listen to the breeze, we are worshipping in the church of nature. One of the benefits of walking these paths is that they are ...
... the places I visit, in other words I was a bit of a pie and indulged to the max in my favourite Scottish delicacies - my very very favourite thing in the whole world (after Spike my hedgehog) is Cullen Skink, the fact that I end up smelling like I´ve just done a fortnight on the boats doesn´t deter me from smearing it all over my face and hair. Haggis is also a winner, ...