Observations on a Rainy Day in Scotland

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It’s drizzling rain, with autumn on its way. The telly is on, to provide background noise and prevent the inevitable feeling of loneliness that so often accompanies travel. The video pans across a house inspired by “earthship” designs.  An angry accent trembles through the air outside: a worried father. I’m writing from a hotel near Aberdeen, Scotland. It’s hard not to feel slightly uprooted, even in another English-speaking country. Though I’ve been to the United Kingdom before, I’ve never ventured this far north. Flowers embellish yards, roads twist beneath arched bridges, pubs open early and tourism is booming. I’m here for…

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