We hear things retrospectively when we have understood them - Marcel Proust
Sounds great. I hope the weather smiles on you, and you have a lovely break.
Sam - thanks. Weather forecast is iffy, but we have wet weather gear and plenty of alcohol.
Northumberland is on our list to explore, perhaps you'll do a trevelogue when you get back?
Do you ever stand still?
Sackers - I will - it's one of our favourite areas.Mark - blogging probably makes me seem much more active than I really am.
We were there a few times in the past, delightful place. A mile or two south of Duns on the north bank of the Blackadder is Nisbet House (Wikipedia), ancestral home of the Nisbet/Nesbitt of the Ilk. Also not far away are the Greys of Howick, note Sir Edward Grey of 1914 and many others. As in Earl Grey tea rather than fizz. Watch out for longships and rough looking chaps waving battle axes.
Demetrius - I'm hoping to see some longships, but they may have landed already under cover of mist.
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