Day 10: Cheviots to Kirk Yetholm

Now walking in the opposite direction but for continuity and the satisfaction of ending at the North Sea I will post in an easterly direction. At the refuge huts along the way people leave many useful and bizarre things. Pot noodle, pants, sleeping mat matches, many pictures of Mr Potatohead and my favourite today, a very apt Shakespeare quote scrawled on a sheet of bog roll reminiscent of tracing paper.

“These high wild hills and rough uneven ways, draw out our miles and make them wearisome” Richard III

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Refuge hut donations

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View from the Schil across the Cheviots

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National Carriers lorry – a mystery how it got here

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Karen taking a break at the Schil

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Made in Scotland for your enjoyment

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