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... large bean bag chairs for the dogs in the main hall. The library has 14,000 books! Everything looks new and well cared for not like some castles that are more like museums. One of the first Percy women, Elizabeth, was a collector and in her collection we see Oliver Cromwell's nightcap and pillow, Mary Queen of Scots pin cushion and Edward IV's gloves. All looking clean and almost new. The Current Duke was the 3rd son and ...
... sledge hammer to it. Although it looked to be in worse condition it was pretty much the same process to get it back in shape, and with a day of effort it was ready to be sent off for the upholstery to be sorted out.
If any readers have any pieces (they don't have to be chairs) that they would like restored I'd be happy to get my hands and creeping crack on them!
... 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 ...
... guy was sending his homing pigeons for a flight, of course Les spoke to him and got all the information. Today is our first really hot and sunny day since we have been over here and it is really warm. Our accommodation is close to an old Abbey, I have attached some photo's of the abbey and the pub. I have also attached a photo of the morning tea both Les and I had this morning. We will be ...
... 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
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