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  • cheerio

    gday no personal scottish links but married to a mclean who plays tenor drum in pipe band at one stage all ten members of her family were in a pipe band with her father as pipe major like to hear from anyone with similar interests am aussie gods country

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    Hello, tenor and welcome to Scotland.com. Greetings from Glasgow. By the way, when we say "Cheerio" over here, we mean "goodbye", so that could be confusing.! I don't play pipes myself, but I think we have a few pipers around the site. I hope you find it all interesting anyway. Coincidentally, as I write this, I am also looking at an Aussie site from Tasmania.


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    • #3
      I thought from the title of the topic that you were leaving us but
      I am pleased that you are not !!

      Welcome to Scotland.Com and I hope that you stay awhile and get to
      know us in all of the forums !!

      I do not play the pipes but do like listening to them !!

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      • #4
        Hello tenor
        Welcome to S.com. Hope you enjoy it here.

        How is it there in aussie country?

        Enjoy and have fun

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        • #5
          Hi there tenor! welcome! I don't play the pipes either but wish I did! I have a chanter and can blow in it! I do play the drums a bit and played the bass drum in a marching band in high school, many, many (many) years ago! I must argue with you about God's country! LOL There are several places that qualify, including my tiny corner of Oregon! See you around!


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