We wrapped up the second day by crossing the border into Scotland.
It was so much colder than it appears in this picture. Also, there was a man playing bagpipes a few feet away from me. I grew to love the sound on this trip.
This is Jedburgh Abbey, which was built in the 12th century. I know what you are thinking, and yes, we did see a lot off abbeys, cathedrals, chapels, and ruins on this trip.
The town of Jedburgh itself was picturesque, to say the least. It looks like a movie set. Maybe I just need to travel more.
This was the home of Mary Queen of Scots.
Fact: It has the first toilet in Scotland.
In her back yard.