Thoughts on Scotland as a Theme Park and Glaciation Lead Danny to Form an Unusual Sand-Sculpture

If you are of an enquiring mind you will have guessed that Danny lives somewhere in that universal theme park known as Scotland.  For the tourists, we make sure that the place is well stocked with suitable amounts of rain, mist, sheep and shortbread in order that they get the true Brigadoon experience.

It says that Danny plays in the sand.  In fact, he spends his time calculating how many grains of sand are present on the beach, where the sand has come from and whether the periods of glaciation can be evidenced from his analysis. Mostly though, he considers the power of a drop of water that can form mighty glaciers and break down mountain ranges to form his sandy beach, while semi-consciously forming the sand to construct a life-sized relief of Sir Walter Scott eating a deep fried pizza.

Check out what Danny gets up to next.

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