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Wooler to Fenwick

We were followed out of Wooler by yet more jets. I've seen (and heard) so many now that I can actually work out where they are in the sky from the noise – a completely useless skill but one that … Continue reading

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Kirk Yetholm to Wooler

Today was the day of the low flying jets: we must have seen about ten of them all somewhat closer than felt safe, although Handsome assures me that they have to be at least 500 feet above sea level – … Continue reading

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Morebattle to Kirk Yetholm

You could see for miles Straight out after breakfast this morning, and then up Wideopen Hill (great name). it was a lovely walk up to the top of the hill, which is also the halfway point of the whole walk. … Continue reading

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Harestanes to Morebattle

The weather forecast for today was absolutely dismal – torrential rain all day, 4mm predicted where we were walking – so we were sorted this morning, with all the waterproof gear ready. Over breakfast (salmon and cherry tomato fritata – … Continue reading

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Melrose to Harestanes

The start – Melrose We started our adventure (as Handsome insists on calling it) from Melrose this morning – Mama and Papa ran us down last night. Handsome alarmed me last night by pointing out that the 20km that I … Continue reading

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the next adventure

After successfully walking the West Highland Way last summer, something that I was not convinced that I could do even while I was doing it, I seem to have let myself in for a long-distance walk every summer. I don't … Continue reading

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