Feature & Follow #4: Favorite Outdoor Reading Spot

March 15, 2013 Meme / Surveys 16

Feature and Follow Friday is a weekly blog hop hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read. It’s a fun way to find other blogs and meet new bloggers.

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Q: Tell us about your favorite outdoor reading spot. Or take a picture.

Well I can’t really sit outdoors in the Spring and Summer because I have a slight sun allergy. No matter how much sunblock I slather on, I might be okay for an hour before the itching hits me, usually about an hour or two later. So I’ll read indoors, but I can tell you about my favorite spot when I was living in Scotland.

southside view
This is the Kelvingrove Park area in Glasgow. It’s located behind Glasgow University and it’s very much a classic example of a Victorian park in terms of its layout and foliage. The River Kelvin runs through it and at the southwest corner of the park is the Kelvingrove Art Museum. I loved reading here because of the trees and on a breezy day, it was easy to put a book down and imagine the Victorians strolling on a warm dry day. It also was the perfect way to relax and get lost in a book. I miss this city so very much.

16 Responses to “Feature & Follow #4: Favorite Outdoor Reading Spot”

  1. Asti (A Bookish Heart)

    Ooh that’s a beautiful picture. It definitely would be a beautiful setting to read a book! I would definitely want to check it out. I might even try reading there, even though I’m not a fan of reading outside. (I just find it too distracting!) 🙂

    • Jessica

      Reading outside can be distracting especially if there’s a lot of people around. I always feel a bit self-conscious too wondering if anyone is judging what I’m reading. LOL!

      Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

    • Jessica

      It’s one of my favorite pictures. the place is a dream to get lost in a good book.

      thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  2. Liesel Hill

    What a beautiful spot! Scotland is one of those places I’ve always want to go and hope to be able to visit someday. 😀 Old follower via email.
    My FF.

    • Jessica

      I hope you get to visit one day! Everyone around me was surprised when I announced that’s where I was going for grad school because I never expressed any interest in the country. I just fell in love with her and I miss her so much.

    • Jessica

      Right at the start of spring and middle of summer is when it hits and then it just tapers off. :/ The park is a dream!

    • Jessica

      I try to stay away from books that feature Scotland because I’m moping around for days. I miss it a lot.

      Thanks for stopping by!

    • Jessica

      It’s not a hard a place to miss especially if you’re in the West End near Glasgow Uni. It’s right next to it. 😀 If you do end going, say hello to the city for me. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by!

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