Another World’s is in the books, and I’d have to say it was the best yet. I think I say that every year, but this one seemed to run spectacularly well. Say what you will about the RSPBA, but these people know how to run some of the most complex events on the pipe band calendar.
After a fun and exhausting week in Glasgow, I’m off to a little island in the Hebrides to create a few altogether different life memories with my girls. Access to the Internet (not to mention my desire to access it) could be scant or even nonexistent, so things could be relatively quiet around these pages for a spell. As always, we’ll try to do our best.
I do hope that you enjoyed the coverage from Piping Live! and the World’s. We’re all indebted to great writers like Pete Aumonier, Michael Grey, Iain MacDonald and Meaghan Proudfoot and many others behind-the-scenes for their pith and insight.
For now, I’m on the West Highland Line to Mallaig, camera and mind trained on things other than pipers and drummers.
Well, at least some of time . . .
Well done. Well deserved. Cheers.
there’s more to life than the internet and if it’s the island shown it’s a cracker!!
Excellent coverage by Pipes|Drums. Thanks.
And what a great contest on Saturday. The quality of playing was just exceptional across the board. We watched from the start of the qualifier through to the “That’s all folks”. So many fine performances.
And thanks to the BBC for making it possible for all of us to enjoy the show,
Now, that wouldn’t be a steam train to Mallaig, would it? Oh, how I do envy you….