Saturday’s Shot

This was taken last Saturday. I stopped at the Nova Scotia welcome center on Fort Lawrence road in Amherst, Nova Scotia. Jacob was kind enough to pose for a photo and puff out a tune for the crowd. More to follow I am off exploring.

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  1. Thanks for sharing and allowing us to explore with you and see all the wonderful sites!!… have “stand of Highland pipes” myself, Macleod’s (from Scotland)…don’t play them any more… πŸ™‚


    1. CIAMAR A THA THU, Thanks for stopping by always nice to meet a fellow clansmen. The pipes are not and easy instrument to play and require a large hill in the middle of no where to practice. I am glad you stopped by


    2. I am good, woke up on the green side of the grass… πŸ™‚ I fell in love with them when I were in the service (USMC) and participated in practice maneuvers with the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment).. mainly for my own entertainment…my son was very good with the pipes and he were in a band and participated in competitions…

      No hills here so I had to go into a farmers field, could not play them in the village as I had every dog in the village howling… πŸ™‚

      Have as great Sunday!… πŸ™‚

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    3. Ah, very good. I know here at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown we have a history with the Black Watch, We have RCR Royal Canadian Regiment. Being from Cape Breton the Pipes were played at most functions a cousin of mine use to practice up on the hill in the field. It takes me home for sure


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