Aikwood Castle - Scotland The first mention of Aikwood comes in the Lord Treasurer of Scotland’s accounts of when it was one of the ‘forest steadings’ of Ettrick Forest leased from King James III to Lord Home.
Tushielaw Inn and Ettrick Water - the Ettrick Valley (SCT) - It was in this area that Adam Scott once held sway. He was called the "King of Thieves" and James V wanted him taken down as much as he wanted Johnnie Armstrong of Gilnockie out of the picture. Whereas James ambushed Johnnie and his men and hung them on site, Adam and another Reiver on James V's blacklist, Cockburn of Henderland were arrested and taken to Edinburgh where they were beheaded.
Old Smithy marriage anvil, Gretna Green - Gretna Green is a village in Scotland, where couples would elope to, because they could be married by hand fasting, and have it sealed by a Blacksmith. The Blacksmith would seal it by bringing his hammer down on t