National Geographic : 1946 May
tU r UanuiUl oi'euuplitc ouuclIy lioaacnrome Dy t5. Anthony otewart Scots Harvest Oats below Eildon Hills, Andrew Lang's "Three Crests Against the Saffron Sky Beyond the Purple Plain" Seeing this sight again, the dying Sir Walter Scott was delighted. "I can stand on the Eildon Hill," he told WashingtonIrving, "and count 43places famous inwar and verse." Romans called the triple peak Trimontium. Border legend says King Arthur lies asleepin"Eildon's caverns vast."