A Tale of 2 Tribes

Published on
July 21, 2016

Synopsis:

A man finds out how people of the past influenced modern Scottish borders culture

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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A Tale of 2 Tribes

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We follow the path of the Catrail, this time in a Southerly direction.
We make a vital distinction of how this man made ditch has played an influence on modern day culture in the Scottish Borders

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