And now something I think you'll really enjoy!

Kilt-based fashions, both traditional and contemporary. Come on guys, bring on the pleats!
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Great! I don't see that sort of thing where I live ............ Oh, one; The Bishop for the area wears a kilt and plays the pipes on special occasions.

I did see, and hear something similar when Heather and I went to see the 2005 Edinborough Tattoo in Sydney. Unfortunatly there was a very tall guy sitting in front of me .......... the music was great.
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Thank you Moon. I really enjoyed this...:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Hi Moon,
Ballater is around 40 miles from where I stay and really a beautiful village surrounded by some Scottish mountains.
Glad that you liked it.
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Glad everyone enjoyed it... somehow YouTube suggested it to me while I was listening to Tchaikovsky last night... *shrugs*
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All I can say is, I'm darned glad the Drum Major didn't call for "Slow march!;" I would have had to jump out out of it in just a few seconds!

On the other hand, I have at least a mild form of ADHD.
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Very enjoyable. I was to late to watch the Trooping of the colours Saterday last.
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It'll be on BBC iplayer for a short while if you have access to it.
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