May 27, 2015


Life & Style

Here comes the... piper

More and more couples -- even the non-Scottish ones -- seek the sound of bagpipes as they march down the aisle

The great outdoors, like the Trappist Monastery Ruins in St. Norbert, are ideal places for bagpipers like Liam Speirs of the St. Andrews Pipe Band to practise.

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The great outdoors, like the Trappist Monastery Ruins in St. Norbert, are ideal places for bagpipers like Liam Speirs of the St. Andrews Pipe Band to practise. Photo Store

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