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Playing the pipes somewhere on the road between Inverness and Ullapool [August 17, 2013]
In front of the cairn commemorating the Battle of Culloden Moor in 1746 [August 17, 2013]
Scotland's national dish: Haggis, Neeps (mashed turnips), and Tatties (mashed potatoes) 
[August 17, 2013]
Enjoying one of my favorite meals in the world: Scotland's national dish
(Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties) in a pub in Inverness [August 17, 2013]
On the shore of Loch Ness [August 17, 2013]
My family on the shore of Loch Linnhe in Fort William [August 17, 2013]
At the site of the infamous massacre of Glencoe [August 17, 2013]
Somewhere in the Highlands on the scenic road between Crianlarich and Fort William
(truly one of the most beautiful areas in the world!!!) [August 17, 2013]
On the shore of Loch Lomond [August 17, 2013]
My wife and me on the shore of the North Sea in Aberdeen [August 16, 2013]
Playing the pipes by the River Don in Aberdeen's Seaton Park
 [August 17, 2013]
In front of King's College at the University of Aberdeen. I spent one
year at the University of Aberdeen from 2000 to 2001 doing
research on the Gordon Highlanders [August 16, 2013]
In front of King's College at the University of Aberdeen with my children [August 16, 2013]
The History Department at the University of Aberdeen where I spent a lot of time with
my thesis advisor, Dr. Andrew MacKillop (Senior Lecturer at the University
of Aberdeen) [August 16, 2013] 
My apartment (flat) was located on St. Peter Street in Aberdeen [August 16, 2013]
In front of my apartment (flat) where I resided from 2000 to 2001 while I was doing
research on the Gordon Highlanders at the University of Aberdeen. I met some of
my best friends there: John Nisbet and Aaron Hasnip [August 16, 2013]
John NIsbet and me in 2005
In front of the Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen [August 16, 2013]
On the green of the Old Course at St. Andrews [August 16, 2013]
My children by the statue of Greyfriars Bobby in Edinburgh
 [August 15, 2013]
My children and me in front of the castle in Edinburgh [August 15, 2013]
The Scottish flag (Saltire) on the site of the Battle of Bannockburn (1314) [August 15, 2013]
On the old bridge in Stirling where William Wallace defeated the English in 1297  
[August 15, 2013]
In front of the National Wallace Monument in Stirling [August 15, 2013]

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My wife and I playing one of our favorite hymns ("Hyfrodol") on the Great Highland Bagpipe
somewhere on the road between Inverness and Ullapool [August 17, 2013] 

The map of Scotland that Grace bought as a souvenir
at the 2013 World Pipe Band Championships at
Glasgow Green in Glasgow.
[August 18, 2013]