Scottish James Stella's hometown No. 4 People from the village come to the exhibition hall one after another. Most of them are elderly, but men still wear jackets and ties. Women are also very fashionable. I'm glad I wore a tie too. Patricia had made a traditional white flower decoration for me instead of a pocket square, and I put it on. The flower is called "White Feather". ～～～ Light lunch service at the venue. Of course tea (tea with milk) is distributed. Then we finally moved to the place where James Stella was born, and the unveiling ceremony! As soon as I arrived, there was a sudden squall. Is it my fault as a rain man?・・・ The squall stopped after 10 minutes, and the blue sky was clear again. When I stood in the ruins of Taylor 19 years ago, there was nothing but crumbling walls and wreckage, but I heard that a new house was built and used as a residence. This Taylor memorial board was attached to the wall of the house. The view from here is similar to the hazy colors of the distant jungle and mountains that Taylor saw from her bench seat in Ceylon's Luracondera. This time, I had just been to Lulacondera in July, so I was able to enter the image of Terra reminiscing about her hometown. I think that Taylor also remembered her hometown by superimposing this scenery.