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Bruce: Robert the Bruce, mediaeval Scottish nobleman who revolted against English rule, King of Scots who claimed the crown in 1306 by stabbing his main rival, fugitive from Edward I’s armies in the Hebrides and Ireland before returning to wage a successful guerrilla war against the English oppressors.

 Meg: My loyal border collie, carrier of supplies, listener to my woes, possessor of my only towel.

 Me: An ordinary guy from Falkirk only just on the wrong side of 40, the only man in a household of women, with a thirst for a big adventure, craving an escape from everyday life.

I soon realised that I couldn’t fit all this history into 700 miles… and the distance crept up towards 1000 miles… which my ego embraced before my legs could put in an appeal. I ended up with a route which would allow me to follow Bruce from his lowest ebb to his ultimate triumph.

 Following on from Charlie, Meg and Me, in which he recreated the route of Bonnie Prince Charlie, Gregor Ewing now takes on the even more ambitious task of traversing the highland and lowland routes undertaken by Robert the Bruce as he first fled English vengeance, then his return to claim kingship of the Scots. Bruce, Meg and Me demonstrates the author’s passion for Scottish history and for the often wild landscapes he encounters.

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