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We went to Scotland - specifically the Borders - to visit Roger's brother and his wife. This was our longest stay of the whole trip - 6 consecutive nights in the same (comfortable) bed!!
We had plenty of time to get from Heysham, off the Isle of Man ferry, and with glorious sunny periods made the 130 mile trip to Ettrickbridge in under 4 hours. We took the byways and enjoyed the ...
What a beautiful sunny day I woke up to yesterday. Blue skies and soft, calm winds. We enjoyed a lovely breakfast and after getting ready, Wilma and I took good old bus 37 into the town. We walked down the royal mile, popping into and out of shops as our fancy took us then headed down toward Hollyrood Palace. Situated just across the street from the Queen's residence ...
... carriage houses. Being horses we immediately turned in and spent an enjoyable hour looking at the beautiful old carriages, cars and horse related stuff that the royals use even today. Next stop was Buckingham Palace which was really great to see. Thee cabbie on our first day had told us that the Queen was to attend Parliament sometime during our our first day. The roads were all blocked off and it sounded like a great spectacle but ...
Tried to find a campsite in Melrose and Abbotsford without success so back to Selkirk for the night. This is actually fine as it means we can go and find Oakwood Tower tomorrow which gave us some trouble today because Oakwood is the anglicised version of the Aikwood name in use today.
During the course of the evenings blogging SAMMY STOLE AND ATE MY BANNOCK! I knew he'd have ...
... valley full of sheep.
HVM uses the words 'small' and 'lonely' to describe the Ettrick valley which I suppose it is but it's also one of those places where you can just feel the rubbish of the modern world start to seep away into the river and the hills. I've never been anywhere else where the inhabitants are so inspired by where they live that they ...