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Scotties on parade in Baileys Harbor

13th annual Parade of Scots highlights Door County Scottie Rally

5:17 PM, May 14, 2013
RIGHT: Hamish Macbeth shows off its Scottish kilt while taking part in last year's Parade of Scots, part of the annual Door County Scottie Rally in Baileys Harbor. Hamish Macbeth is owned by Kathie Craig of Burlington.
RIGHT: Hamish Macbeth shows off its Scottish kilt while taking part in last year's Parade of Scots, part of the annual Door County Scottie Rally in Baileys Harbor. Hamish Macbeth is owned by Kathie Craig of Burlington.
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What began as a small gathering of Scottish Terriers and their owners in Door County is now an international event, as the 13th annual Parade of Scots, part of the Door County Scottie Rally, takes place May 18 in Baileys Harbor.

The parade, featuring the Scotties, starts at 11 a.m. and has a new feature this year - a theme, "A Baker's Dozen." Two- and four-legged marchers are encouraged to dress for the event and the theme. The parade travels east on County F/EE from Juniper Ridge Road to Wisconsin 57, then heads along 57 to Baileys Harbor Town Square. The Clan Donald Pipe and Drum Corps from the Fox ...

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