A man reads a poem by William Wordsworth about ancient yew trees in the Borrowdale Valley, Lake District England. Then decides to go searching for them. Thanks to Michael Dunning and the Yew Tree Mysteries for the information and inspiration.
A man looks at a standing stone in the Scottish Borders which faces the Eildon Hills. Then wonders if this stone is maybe part of a far larger temple.
A man climbs the Eildon Hills in the Scottish Borders to witness the sunrise and find the mountain spirit.
A man talks about an abundant, free food source in the Scottish Borders
A man investigates a ruined 16th century tower house in the village of Roxburgh, Scottish Borders. The tower is not connected with William Wallace. Warning - contains some bad language.
A man searches for more caves in the Scottish Borders, this time near the village of Roxburgh
A man traverses the Gameshope valley near Talla reservoir in the Scottish Borders, searching for the site of a castle said to have been the stronghold of William Wallace
A man finds the translation of a 17th century Latin inscribed gravestone in Galashiels, which remembers the battle of Dunbar
A man investigates the forgotten tower, village and Inn of Westhouses near Galashiels, stronghold of the Ormiston family. Then finds evidence of Westhouses Corn Mill, the first ever mill in Galashiels
The cavalcade of horses reaches the town centre and the people remember the fallen hero’s of Flodden, Ancrum Moor, Bannockburn, WWI and WII, in Galashiels, Scottish Borders