Questions from Readers
I love the scenery, of course, but the most important thing to me about Scotland is the attitude of the people. In a lot of ways they remind me of Texas: independent minded, a little stubborn, fiercely loyal, friendly and kind.
My family on both my mother and my father’s sides came from Scotland in the early 1800s to settle in America, so maybe it’s a genetic thing.
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