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Ferries and Seastacks and Stairs - Oh My!

What a week it’s been! Honestly, it seems as though every new thing I do – every new place I visit – is more exciting than the last. 2,095 more words

#TuneTuesday | Duncan Johnstone

Since this week’s #TuneTuesday has been left to me to write, I thought I’d flip through the book the tune comes from – “Scots Guards Standard Settings of Pipe Music Volume II.” The forward is written by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, Colonel of the Scots Guards and is dated October, 1980. 102 more words


The best of Groundskeeper Willie

It had to happen, struggling to find new content and having binge watched a ton of Simpsons episodes we give you some of the best moments of North Kilt Town’s favourite son, Groundskeeper Willie. 89 more words


Bagpipes OF FIRE

I walked out of Edinburgh Waverly train station and saw a lit-up castle cascading over a hill. This was my welcome to Scotland.

A nearly five hour train ride transported me from London to this beautiful city for my final weekend abroad. 627 more words

Bagpipes news and links

Rather than regurgitate a bunch of stories I thought I could instead just post a handful of links to Scottish pipers (and for the matter American pipers) news stories I’ve found interesting the last few days. 123 more words


Swords and Bagpipes

Something a little different today, caught sight of this just now and thought it was pretty unique, a tabletop board game about the first war of Scottish independence featuring bagpipe cards and a map of Scotland on the board.  185 more words


Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Scotia Glenville Pipe Band

Just a couple of concerts we attended this week. First was the Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, then a couple nights later was the Scotia Glenville Pipe Band at Freedom Park.

Class 4 Band

Class 3A Band