Almost a year ago, our family embarked on a new adventure. My husband Ronald D. Mooore, was going to be bringing Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander to the television screen, filming in Scotland.
I, Terry Dresbach Moore was going to design the costumes.
Outlander is a book about a modern woman of the 1940’s who travels back in time to the 18th century. What’s not to love. I read the book almost twenty years ago, and all of the rest of the series, many, many times. I loved the idea of going back in time, especially to the 18th century, my absolute favorite period.
Okay, so I figured I’d go to Scotland go for a few months and get the costumes up and running, then I’d travel back occasionally, when really needed.
We came over in July, and I have been back once, for Christmas. I have left my life, my family, my friends, my pets, behind, and it looks like I am going to be here for two years (if all goes well).
SO, here I am living in Scotland, doing a show about a woman who time travels to the 18th century, what to do next? See how much of that I can experience (within reason).