This is not to be jumped into quickly, however. One of the beauties of this tradition of the Craft is the hitherto unspoiled closeness with nature. So much of Wicca--in the short period of time that it has been generally "available" (since the mid nineteen-fifties only)-- seems to have lost a lot if its beauty and charm by being adapted to city life. Covens meet in apartment buildings. Electric lights have replaced candles and oil lamps. A candle in a cauldron has taken the place of the roaring bale-fire. Robes and tools are bought, rather than being handmade by the individual. Ingredients for magick are obtained, ready packaged, from local shops or through mail-order houses.
This is not true of all Wiccans, of course. There are many who do try to get back to the old ways; who do make the effort to meet outdoors, even when getting there can be an inconvenience. Perhaps that word "inconvenience" is at the root of all this. Today we hate to be inconvenienced. We are so used to having things prepared for us, of having our own lives made easy with labor-saving gadgets, that we have a very low tolerance for any sort of inconvenience.
But there should be a difference between inconvenience and putting effort into something special. The Craft is something special. It is worth the inconvenience of getting there to perform rituals in the way they were originally meant to be performed. To do this would be all part and parcel to honoring the tradition and it rituals.
Having said that, let's look at the reality of the situation; the fact that more people live in the cities than don't.
Unlike other Wiccan traditions, you don't have to worry about setting us an altar and covering it with a large variety of working tools, or with marking our a big circle. So, being in a very small apartment need not be a handicap since there is no large circle to cast. All things considered, you could perform PectiWitan rites just sitting on the edge of your bed.
There is call for you to wash certain items in a stream. This can be accomplished by filling a bowl with (bottled) spring water from the supermarket. And when it comes to holding any object in the light of the sun or the moon, please take it to an open window to do so. Do not have the light coming through the glass.
It's as simple as that. None of the rituals is particularly complex so there should be no problems in working them with a number of people. You can, of course, (and do try) to write your own rituals.
So how should you dress for PectiWitan rites? In the Highlands today you see very few Scotsmen wearing the kilt. (unless they are attending a wedding) Some few certainly keep to tradition and do wear it proudly, but they seem to be in the minority. It's a shame to see countries losing their identity, in this world of rapidly increasing uniformity. But many Pictish Witches do wear a kilt for their ritual work.
This does not mean everyone interested in Scottish Witchcraft buy a kilt! But it is suggested to give some thought to the heritage of this Witan tradition. Many people make their own clothing. Some to the point of weaving the cloth for it. If you do this you might also want to use natural dyes. But simply making your own ritual clothing seems to take you that much closer to it all.
Now may be a good time to think about how, exactly, you picture the God and Goddess. You may associate them with a particular picture or statue you have seen, or a description you have read. (I prefer deer antlers and holed stones) It doesn't really matter how you came upon your particular idea of how they look, so long as that appearance is right for you. It should present the gods in a way in which you can relate to them; a way in which you will always feel comfortable seeing them and talking to them.
Center yourself. This can be done anywhere. You could be sitting on a crowded bus or train and simply close your eyes and center yourself. All you really need is to have your feet placed flat on the floor and concentrate on a contact to the earth. The do some deep breathing and see and feel the earth colors and energies filling your body, driving out all negativity, aches, and pains. Having centered, concentrate your thoughts on the Lord and/or the Lady. See them, see their faces. Smile and greet them. Ask what you need to ask and you will receive an answer.