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Spain, a henge and hospitality

A trip West to Weston Farm, Dunsyre and the handsome Henry my steed for the next few days. Henry is Carey’s horse which he kindly lent me to go exploring on, Henry is part Andalusian and once underway is like a Spanish galleon in full sail, steady but determined and he is not phased by anything! 430 more words

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Sunbathing and faerie folk

A busy couple of days and what glorious weather – see its always sunny in Scotland!

The bank holiday saw us head up from Corby Linn on the Philiphough estate to the 3 Brethren, this route nicely links… 427 more words

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Rome to Tibet (Part II of the R&R route)

Started the journey from Meadshaw Farm B&B and saddled up my steed for the day which had two wheels rather than 4 legs. Daniele and her husband Bill were my guides for the day… 248 more words

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Cheviot Hills and more Roman Roads

Hills, hills and more hills as far as the eye can see and with hills comes wide open grassy tracks that shout canter. Even if your mount is a bit fresh, just point it up one of the hills around here and sense will soon prevail. 342 more words

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Roman and Reivers Part I

The Romans and Reivers route follows old Roman roads, forest tracks, drove roads and short sections of quiet lane through the heart of notorious Reivers country,  this route has been developed with multi-use in mind, including self-closing gates etc. 187 more words

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Planning 2 Suceed

The group (see left)  met at Hownam and Beirhope where the menagerie has grown since I was here last, runner ducks now add to the fun! 171 more words

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Stormy Irene

More trail surveys today, started from Yair and picked up the Southern Upland Way from Yair bridge and up to the 3 Brethren and onto Minch Moor. 173 more words

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