Ed Gallagher can be heard playing traditional Irish tunes on bagpipes in Paso Robles.
At the time, Gallagher remembers playing football with his friends in the neighborhood and the bagpiper was always around to play the bagpipes. Gallagher and his friends followed the bagpiper, watching and listening to him play.
And ever since, the idea of learning to play the bagpipes has remained in Gallagher’s mind. It took several years, lessons and a bagpipe camp in Flagstaff, Arizona, but Gallagher eventually learned to play the bagpipes.
Ed Gallagher remembers playing football with friends in the neighborhood, and the bagpiper going through the neighborhood playing the bagpipes.
Gallagher had planned a trip to Scotland last year, but it seems to have been postponed. However, Gallagher hopes to travel to Scotland this year and plans to bring his bagpipes to play some tunes in a country where the bagpipe is the national instrument.
The best place in my memory was at the top of Cadillac Mountain in Bar Harbor Main. We were there on Columbus Day 2011. The most important thing about Cadillac Mountain is to see the sunrise. This is the first place in the United States where the lights come on at this time of year, Gallagher said.
- Fr. 12. March at 5:00.
- Turtle Creek Park on Brookhill Drive.
- Sat. March 13 at 12 am
- Sun. 14. March at 3pm.
- Mandella Park, off Fairview Lane
- Marriage. 17. March, 5:00.
- Rosemary Drive, Catherine Drive and Ginger Lane.
This is the only time in my history that I said, please don’t do this, Gallagher.
How do you load…
We’ll get through this together, Atascadero…