Wedderburn Castle

Address: Duns, Borders, Scotland, United Kingdom | Castle
 
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Location

This castle, located in Duns, is near Manderston.
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Travel Blogs from Duns

Another sunny Scottish day!

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Sep 29, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... and again there are some stone walls. On our return we had another little wander in the woods behind Gill and Bob's house, where there is another stately home hidden in the trees - Peel House. Now we are downloading photos, drinking wine, watching the news and Gill is making a yummy minestrone as we voted against a huge dinner after having had a real lunch! All ...

Less than 2 weeks until graduation

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on May 20, 2014

41 photos

... the sides. A lovely detail that I think gives the cabinet a very individual look. Thanks Ali, I promised I would give you credit!

That just left the cupboards and drawer construction, not only the most technically challenging stage, but also the most critical part to get right to achieve the overall look and the feel that I was after. The front of the cabinet is the most striking part of the design, so I had to get the right veneer with the most striking character that ...

Week 2 - Right, lets get this gala going!

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Oct 15, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... to start knocking out the four turned legs needed for my table. I reckoned about an hour per leg should do it!

How wrong I was.Three hours later I had managed to gouge my way through one of my precious pieces of timber for one of my legs. How could it be so much more complicated to turn a leg compared to a bowl! I'm not entirely sure that I was using the right gouge to make the required coves and beads, but I did manage to produce something resembling ...

Inverness to Musselburgh

A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 08, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... the steps and up again to the carpark. What gave me a giggle was the disabled access carparks that then led to the most uneven walkway I have ever been on and there was certainly no disabled access to the ruins. Geoff thought it most rude that they hadn't built a bridge across to it for easier access!!

From here it was back into the car and onto Edinburgh. The bridges into Edinburgh are stunning, and what a way to arrive.
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We went to Newcastle...and got the ferry to Bergen

A travel blog entry by clurross on Jul 29, 2008

... but walked around it. Not very interesting. And if I could upload photos you'd see why. Ferry has been uneventful, probably because I've been unconscious for most of it, after taking a seasickness pill, ignoring the advice on the packet and drinking a beer, which resulting in my being asleep for 14 hours of the 24 that the crossing to Bergen took. I don't think I missed much although Scott said there was a piano player in the bar doing "take me home, country ...