This ramble was more than week or so ago…..just playing catch up!
Ms L. has been walking the Southern Upland Way and camping along the route before coming to visit. We weren’t so adventurous but took a walk with her from the pretty village of St Boswells. The river was high following heavy rain the day before and the trees were beginning to change colour which is good, because Autumn is the most colourful season in The Borders. Continue reading
12th July 2016
It’s been a while I know, but here’s another ramble…..I promise to try and pick up the pace a bit and walk more!! That’s enough about that!
This morning we followed a walk from a little book called ‘The Scottish Borders – 40 favourite walks’ by Robbie Porteous. Part of it we’ve done before and you can read about it here: The Hirsel Country Park. This walk begins in the town of Coldstream and wends its way along the banks of the River Tweed and through Dundock Woods before reaching The Hirsel. Continue reading
Wednesday, 10th June 2015
I hope you all like the new blogsite; blood, sweat and tears were shed in the setting up, but here it is all fresh and new.
For the Wednesday walk we went to St Erth and followed instructions from iWalkCornwall.co.uk – we took a couple of wrong turnings but made it back safe and sound nonetheless! Continue reading