Jedburgh and Day 2

Jedburgh is a lovely little place. We were staying in Spread Eagle hotel which was as architecturally hodgepodge as you would expect from a 17th  century Inn.


The following morning we checked out the Abbey. It is one of the 4 ruined abbeys on our pilgrims’ path. It was magnificent.


After spending too much time wandering around the abbey we were on our way again.  Things started to get more agricultural  (scenery wise) with hay bales


Cows (with two white socks)


And badgers. OK,  the Badger wasn’t doing so well…


OK,  hurry up pilgrims we’ve got many more miles to do … (more to come)

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One Response to Jedburgh and Day 2

  1. swifty says:

    That’s not a cow you duffer, it’s a steer ( well it could be a bull as I couldn’t see it’s credentials).

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