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... castle out in the middle of farm country where Scottish writer Sir
Walter Scott spent part of his childhood.
This was the one night I had not booked accommodation ahead
of time and considered possibly using my rental car as my shelter for the night
somewhere. Then it occurred to me that would actually be pretty cold after a
day that didn’t get above the mid-50s Fahrenheit (about 12* C). ...
... stop Dryburgh Abbey. This time we were going to pay to get in, had the cash out and everything, but the awesome lady at the desk let us go in for free because it was nearly closing time and we didn’t have a pass, which if we had we could have gotten into a lot of things for free! So we wandered around checking out the Abbey and it was massive. Crazy to think what ...
... that lined the old Roman Road. Narcissi, with the most amazing scent, red campion, speedwell (or forget-me-not?), borage, bluebells, wood sorrel and hawthorn grew in abundance. Our walk was straight and we found ourselves approaching the busy A698 all too soon. We had crossed the path of the Border Abbeys Way – a wonderful walking route covering 68 miles that links the border towns of Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh, Hawick and Selkirk. We headed down the ...
Tonight we dined in style. It's not Burns Night but we have an award winning Haggis that needs eating.
Kicked off with a pre-dinner snort of 12 year old Glenkinchie - sweet soft start, becoming flowery.
Next the prime Haggis that we found in Selkirk nestled on a bed of mashed potato turnips and washed down with a 15 year old Dalwhinnie - aromatic nose ...
... very special. One for the purists like Len and ......... All those who were children growing up in 1950's England will understand the form of ecstasy. Definitely it seemed like another St. Cuthbert miracle. Sitting in an idyllic secluded spot on the banks of the Tweed and in dappled sunshine, Keith pulled out his crusty grain roll and proceeded to consume it with none other than an original whole tin of Fray Bentos corned beef. Not only that it ...