Busy busy busy

It’s been a while but things have been hectic here at #RSHC HQ. The now departed summer weather meant less trail surveys as it was almost too hot (the irony!) and on with other exciting developments.   It has been the goal that this site would be a temporary staging post and we would have…

Buzz words

Now as anyone knows Scotland is always sunny. Right? It has been a few weeks of unprecedented heat which means lots of early starts to try to avoid the heat and picking as many shady routes as possible. Jedburgh and the circular (sort of) riding route, not as long as Hawick but it packs a…

Spain, a henge and hospitality

A trip West to Weston Farm, Dunsyre and the handsome Henry my steed for the next few days. Henry is Carey’s horse which he kindly lent me to go exploring on, Henry is part Andalusian and once underway is like a Spanish galleon in full sail, steady but determined and he is not phased by…

Sunbathing and faerie folk

A busy couple of days and what glorious weather – see its always sunny in Scotland! The bank holiday saw us head up from Corby Linn on the Philiphough estate to the 3 Brethren, this route nicely links Sunnycroft Farm B&B to Minchmoor and onto Peebles. It was quite busy as it was a holiday…

Planning 2 Suceed

The group (see left)  met at Hownam and Beirhope where the menagerie has grown since I was here last, runner ducks now add to the fun! First order of business was getting tucked into Lynne’s custard cream tray bake #priorities There was a lot to get through as the group has now elected a chair and vice…

Southern Uplands Partnership

So this project comes under the banner of the Southern Upland’s Partnership, who are they? They are many things, involved in lots of exciting projects not only in the Scottish Borders but also Dumfries and Galloway and Ayrshire. More about the charity is here. What can SUP so for you? Project Development and Management Community…

The Journey Begins – #RSHC

“Wherever man has left his footprints in the long ascent from barbarism to civilization, we find the hoofprint of a horse beside it.” ~ John Trotwood Moore Ride Scotland’s Horse Country is a LEADER funded project, the project officer Gowan Miller was appointed in December 2017. The project is generously supported by