Wind power looking unattractive in Scotland
In the meantime I note that the wind here in Galloway shows no sign of getting up. Anyone care for a candlelit dinner?
April 24, 2006
by Alan Taylor
in The Age
For the past week I have been staying in a cottage on an organic farm in Galloway in the south-west of Scotland. From the living-room window I look out on to a field that will soon be sown with barley. For the moment, though, it is bare, an undulating swathe of chocolaty earth.
Early in the morning and just as dusk is falling, deer emerge from a clump of trees to snack on the grass bordering the field. By nine in the evening I can't see my hand in front of my face; at six in the morning light streams... [continue via Web link]