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... hidden voids within the wood. Great stuff, number 19 seemed very thirsty, and it drank endless quantities of it.
Once the back had been reinstated I cut a new brass inlay and relaid that. The loose joints were cleaned out, re-glued and clamped and then the chair left overnight to stand. The next day, with clamps removed I set about giving number 19 a bit of a spruce up and filling any remaining holes. The cleanup ...
... water!! We had wonderful views down towards Walkerburn as we walked, a natural forest break allowing us see across the River Tweed to the other side of the valley. We pushed on reaching the Cheesewell, a natural stream below the summit of Minchmoor . Tradition has it, that travellers passing the well donated cheese or other food to the fairies of the well in return for safe passage across the moor. We passed Pipers Knowe and headed down and down and down and down!!! It was ...
... through and attaching it to whatever we can find on the fronts. It works, but stretches out during a day of rattling and needs re-tightening. Wanting something a bit more stable than plastic attachments, the search was on: Halfords vs. B&Q. Neither really had what Brian was looking for. In the end, he went with rip-stop strapping bolted through the pannier backs. Since we didn’t know if this repair would be any better than ...
... one. These abbeys are all
in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
small town. ...
... in my own water bottle. Applied for a job in South Wales today. Other than that still spending my money on travelling. It has now been a full month since my last day of work in Canada. I think I should start worrying but for some reson I'm still enjoying the holiday! Not to worry anyone. I won't be phoning anyone soon for money! It's much cheaper to live here tha in London. Time for more sightseeing and touring. Take ...
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