Norway has the hytta. Sweden has the sommerhus. Finland has the stuga. Russia has the dacha. New Zealand has the bach. Canada and the United States have cabins. Scotland alone in Northern Latitudes seems to have virtually no hut, cabin or modest second home tradition. Why and does it matter? Journalist and Nordic Horizons Director Lesley Riddoch compares the "hut traditions" of Norway and Scotland. Land campaigner Andy Wightman describes hut building Swedish-style. Both explore the land ownership issues that keep urban Scots away from nature.