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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I headed south to Hexham with Renate and Eva to get them back to the train station for their onward journey to Ely. It had been wonderful having them both with us and we were sad to see them go. They had achieved so much in the four days, come out of their comfort zone to walk with me and excelled. I had lunch with them in Hexham before dropping them at the station and heading for home. Travelling back to Jedburgh gave me ample time to reflect on this last part of the journey and ...
Phase 13 day 4 and what a day it has been! We started walking just after 9am from Byrness. It was a steep uphill to start with which woke us up!! We decided to walk the forest track rather than the Pennine Way, again because of the waterlogged ground and the openness of the hills. The walking was excellent up through Redesdale Forest, the track metalled to deal with the large timber lorries carrying the harvest from the forestry operations that are ongoing. As a result of the logging we ...
Today is a day of celebration as we leave Sunny England and will emerge in Sunny Scotland. For the first part of the day we followed the final section of the Pennine Way leaving Byrness on a good forest path which cruelly ascends straight up a forested hillside. As we reached the top gasping for breath we had stunning views of the high and exposed tops of the Cheviot Hills
Just before we reached ...
... As the afternoon wore on we regularly gained sustenance from the magnificent wild raspberries which were possibly the best we have found so far. By 4 o'clock when Keith said to Debby that although we had 19 kms under our belt we still had a fair way to go, Debby replied "I'm a bit tired but I've certainly got 10 kms more in me". That's a sign of how strong we have become, but more importantly just how much we were enjoying the day. Today we had ...
... The Dere St. route is wonderfully tranquil here, with lonely hill top risings and tree lined magical lanes.
Finally into Jedburgh, where I will be spending a couple of rest days, waiting for the Post Office to open and pick up my new maps and new boots. The border town seems to date from around 854, and one of the major events in its history, would be the founding of the Abbey by King David 1st in 1118, ...