Campaigners from north and south of the border have joined forces as part of their bid to keep Scotland in the UK.
Better Together, which is urging Scots to vote against independence in the 2014 referendum, is staging more than 170 events across Scotland over the next few days.
The first of those events saw activists from both sides of the border meet on the Coldstream Bridge - which links Scotland with England.
Better Together campaign director Blair McDougall said: "Our campaign speaks for Scotland. People are not buying what the separatists are selling.
"We are better together when we stand shoulder to shoulder with our friends, families and workmates from across the UK. We will be fighting for every vote between now and the vote in 2014."
He stated: "Better Together is building a movement of thousands of activists in every part of Scotland.
"People who have never been moved to join any sort of campaign are getting involved because they know this is the most important decision of their lives."
Conservative MSP John Lamont, who joined the campaigners in Coldstream, said: "This morning I stood alongside people from north and south of the border and, far from being different, they had the same values, the same hopes and the same fears. All of them realised that we are better together when we stand and work together."
He argued: "Nationalism is an inadequate response to the challenges of the modern world.
"Instead of trying to drive a wedge between the people of Britain, we should be celebrating all of the things that unite us. We have much to be proud of, and much to look forward to."