Along the High Street and surrounding streets many of the houses are painted in a variety of colours.
In the Selkirk Arms hotel , some time in 17canteen, Robert Burns wrote the Selkirk Grace (allegedly)
"Some hae meat that canna eat,
and some hae meat that want it,
but we hae meat and we can eat,
so let the Lord be thankit"
The Daar Lodge (a local old folks home) has opened up a garden - autumn is perhaps not the best time for a brand new garden to look it's best but I'm sure by next year it'll be lovely.
They have got one of the pieces from the recent scupture symposium........
.......and had a rather delightful mosaic made. A taller person might have managed to get it all into the shot better but I had to hold the camera as high as I could and could hardly see in the viewfinder.
A local fishing boat waiting for the tide to come in.
35 years ago, these would have been currency for me.
Well the draw bridge is oiled and the moat filled and a couple of extra precautions in place in case the rabble arrive.
A very good afternoon to you all out there.