Fine forenoon. Heavy dew: possibly on the verge of frost. Rain came on about 4. Cycled to South Port, Beechbank + Elmrow + then motored taking Tom [Alexander] down Forest Road, Yarrowford, Cannon Street, Faldonside, Bemersyde Hill, Merton Bridge + St Boswells, getting back at 2. We went to Wellwood for tea. Mrs Geo. Roberts1 there. Saw Jack’s horses after2.
1 Sarah Elizabeth Roberts née Sclater (1860-), widow of George Roberts (c.1842-1910), tweed manufacturer
2 Horses of John Roberts junior, Dr Muir’s son-in-law
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/23, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1920]