Pronunciation: (both'ē, bô'thē)
—pl. both•ies. Scot.
A hut or small cottage
usually left unlocked and
available for anyone to use free of charge.
—n., v., -tured, -tur•ing.
The totality of socially
transmitted behaviour patterns, arts, beliefs,
institutions, and all other products of human work and
Bothy Culture focuses on exploring the rich subculture that can be
found at some of the remotest locations throughout the Scottish wilderness;
however, it is much more than that for it is primarily one man's scathing
social commentary on what he interprets as "a world gone mad". Often funny,
controversial and brutally provocative, Mortimer takes no prisoners in
explaining his need to regularly get off-grid and escape the urban/suburban
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