Best Western Queens Hotel
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... and I came away with a wonderfully bright torch that is small enough to go in my pocket - ideal when I am walking Treacle in the dark.
Tomorrow I start to head towards the borders, I shall miss being called 'pal' which I thought was only used for men, but obviously not, I shall miss the delightful accent and the wonderful scenery and even the haggis, but there are exciting things ahead of me and at least I can (and will) come back to Scotland another year.
... conversation. They had to buy Iona some school shoes so left at 8pm as they were going to the movies at 8.30. Sadly the shops closed at 8pm so they didn't get to buy the shoes after all. We'd all lost track of time as it was so fun chatting! We decided to see the movie We Are The Millers as well. For £11.70 we got a premium seat. The movie was fun but very light ...
... us turn around. Doris wants us to go via the A1 but we want to go via Jedburgh. I apologise as I turn her off. She almost feels like one of the family and certainly behaves like one! Again, it is a lovely run over the hills, past the site of the battle of Otterburn and then down into Newcastle. It has been a long day as I have driven most of the way as T had an upset stomach again but that cleared when she stopped driving! Funny about ...
... musical extravaganza- samba and brass led the afternoon activities. We watched and chilled enjoying the moment as many people in kilts walked by with numbers ready for the kilt run at 13.30 which was hoping to set a world record for the number of entrants as it ran along the Tay later in the afternoon. We enjoyed our lunch and were glad that we had taken time out of the day to come and see what it was all about, but the wind was chilly and we had cooled down very quickly after ...
... and stone walls to keep in the sheep, long horn cattle or horses. The weather was highly changeable which included sunshine, rain, wind and hailstones, then all repeated again within the same 30min period.. it was getting noticeably colder as we get further North although generally the wind was less obtrusive than yesterday…
Mark and Tina are fully upto speed with their support role and are also actively providing great encouragement at all the ...