Dancing in unusual ways/locations

Alan Paterson

Message 1608 · 5 Apr 1995 13:20:45 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Concerning Posties Jig and other variations as ceilidh items.

I (as well as another 'Strathspey' member Maghi King from Geneva) have
taken part in the ceilidh dances:

- Posties Jig in a (very) large brown paper bag. Reason for which I never
really understood).

- The Linton Ploughman blindfolded (in honour of a club who allegedly
told a visting teacher that they could do this)

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