Coldstream is a charming little Scottish town that sits right on the border with England - which is on the other side of the River Tweed. Almost accidentally it gave its name to a famous army regiment - The Coldsteam Guards and is very close to the battlefield known as Flodden which five hundred years ago tomorrow was the scene of the bloodiest ever battle between Scotland and England. Of course, we won! My apologies to any Scottish readers.
While strolling along Market Street, Shirley drew my attention to one of the shop windows, And this is what she had seen:-
Here she is again from a different angle:-
And here's a grandfather with his grandson on the English bank of the River Tweed - teaching him the art of fly-fishing. It remains one of Britain's very best salmon rivers:-