Sunday, May 02, 2010

After a brisk climb and a more leisurely descent down the other side we all arrived at Dryburgh Abbey safe and sound although with a few sore ankles and tricky knees. The Bishop of Edinburgh led his flock on a small pilgrimage along the first wee bit of St Cuthbert's Way - the section joining Melrose Abbey and Dryburgh Abbey.

The weather held - just. An especially good time was had by the four dogs.

Our small collection of parishioners from St James the Less and St Mungo's - all of whom made it to their destinations. It was the first time, in recent memory, that the Diocese has put on a jaunt like this. Folk seemed interested in doing it agaiin.