We came across a few pheasants on the route that weren't to bothered by us even though we had a dog. There were also a lot of red admiral butterflies and a heron on one section. We kept disturbing the heron and it would fly up the burn we were following until it decided that it was going to back to where we first saw it.
We walked the John Buchan way yesterday. It was a pleasant walk through the rolling hills of the Borders from Peebles to Broughton.
While walking the Scottish National Trail we've passed places that we thought were worth visiting, so we did on Sunday when we went round Cultybraggan Camp.
Named PoW camp No 21, built in 1941 to house 4,000 Category A prisoners, Cultybraggan was a 'black camp', holding those considered the most committed and fanatical Nazi PoWs, mainly young Waffen-SS, Fallschirmjäger and U-boat crew.
Using the free time to explore, by foot, bike and canoe.
My current spaceship is a Faulcon DeLacy Krait MKII (it has a coffee machine).
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