Camping in the Scottish mountains and thinking about Scottish independence.
It is interesting hearing what people are thinking.
When I was in Granollers a waiter came and shook my hand when he heard I was Scottish - he felt there was a special relationship between the two countries and that the Scottish referendum was something that could help the Catalan struggle.
However, here in Scotland it seems that people either don't know anything about the Catalan situation or they don't want to get too closely associated with it. In case it muddies the waters here.
That made me think how interesting to see this principle in action - when two minorites or less powerful groups want to get more power they do not necessarily want to join together. If they think it could hinder their own process they may well distance from the other rather than join together and give support.
So Catalans can see the Scottish referendum strengthening their case. But some Scots see the Catalans as pulling the tail of the Spanish tiger - which might be bad news for Scotland and their entry into Europe.
We are hoping to get clearer as our trip around Scotland continues.