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Third and final part of my Highlands Tour.
And also I ask the question what can we do in the Borders to compete in the tourist market with the majestic and beautiful Highland landscape?
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 investigates the earthworks on top of Woden Law near Jedburgh and also looks at the Roman road Dere Streeet and Pennymuir Roman camps.
All the Scottish Border towns have “Common Ridings” or Gatherings each summer to commemorate the history and traditions of each place. The horse has been an integral part of Border culture since the Reiving times.
A man investigates the mysterious Mermaids Well and Mermaids Pool in the Scottish Borders with disturbing results.
A man uses a clever piece of tech to convert electric impulses of plants into music. He goes searching for the legendary ancient Yew Trees at Traquair in the Scottish Borders to hear their song.