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South Street Seaport and Lady Bagpiper

My brother Stephen and I spent the day at South Street Seaport after walking from 42nd Street Port Authority over to 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal… 72 more words


#TuneTuesday | Pumpkin's Fancy

Trees changing colour and the drop in temperature can only mean one thing, the return of one of my favourite things – pumpkin pie and all the flavour of pumpkin spice that has been introduced to everything imaginable. 62 more words


#TuneTuesday | The Curlew

This week’s #TuneTuesday “The Curlew” takes me back to my solo competition days. This was one of the last jigs I played in Grade 1 Solo competition. 17 more words


Bristow Group

June 2015 marked the 60th anniversary of offshore helicopter transport group, Bristow. The company celebrated across its worldwide bases in a variety of ways, and the Aberdeen office found it fitting to put a Scottish twist on the occasion. 32 more words


#TuneTuesday | Rodney Hull Q.C.

This week’s #TuneTuesday is a wee tune called “Rodney Hull Q.C.” It was written by a former Pipe Major of mine, Bill Livingstone.

This tune is one of my favourite strathspeys to play with “ 29 more words


Family Ties to the University of Stirling

On September 11th, I had the honour of piping in Sue, a representative from the University of Stirling during a conference hosted at the University of Waterloo. 151 more words