Cross Keys Hotel
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... none were exactly right as so much has changed since last we were here. We found our way however, had a quick look at Monymusk and then on to Melrose, where we left Paul pint in hand but already dreaming of his hot bath to come. As we are starting tomorrow's stage in Melrose, we allowed ourselves the luxury of a taxi up the hill to Bowden to a lovely warm welcome from the Sandersons. Tomorrow we take St Cuthbert's Way to Jedburgh. Our last full day in ...
... for a major screw-up, were the cuts into the lower square section of the legs to allow the shelf to be slotted in. Having learnt my *********** from week 3, I made sure I measured every cut at least six times. The legs and the shelf had to have corresponding sections cut away to get a clean join. There was absolutely no margin for even an extra millimetre cut in the wrong place. With surgical precision the cutting with the band ...
... summer house. Alice called round with a freshly baked fruit cake still warm from her Aga cooker. It was so kind of her to make another one for us to take with us as we head off on Saturday to pastures new. But we have tomorrow yet to walk. It should be much easier as we head to Peebles and along the valley of Eddlestone Water towards Barony Castle. I am looking forward to sharing the walk with Gayle, a friend from my Borders Exploration Group days. I have some serious catching up to do!! ...
There isn't much left of Kelso abbey. In fact we drove straight past it the first time round and had to come back. Kelso has been more systematically destroyed that the other three Border abbeys and it also suffered the indignity at one time of being 'restored' though this has now been undone.
HVM though that Kelso had the look of a French town and he's right, especially around the ...
... chains were not the answer to our problems, but were causing them! I knew that they needed time to adjust and set themselves, but Brian likes everything snappy and perfect. We repeatedly stopped while he adjusted his gears, and then his deralier - trying to make things right. After about an hour, we were a whole 6.78km down the road! By then, his chain noise was getting worse and worse, and he couldn’t go up any incline without ...