My sentiments exactly re the Reel of the 51st Division.
And you are right. IMHO, that the soldiers were dancing the new dance
devised by them.
I am sure you are familiar with life as it is in the 21st century! and don't
need it spelt out to you.
On 2 May 2010 16:36, Lee Fuell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Sorry, Agnes, I read the article inside as well and I still have no idea > what was in Andrea's mind. Was it: > > The cover photo of an all-male set dancing in battle dress trousers, combat > boots and T-shirts? Don't see what's so odd about that; it's in the grand > tradition of Reel of the 51st Division. > > The dancers using a non-RSCDS grip for turns? The RSCDS has published > photos of dancers birling before both in the magazine and on the web site, > even though birling per se isn't "sanctioned" in the manual. > > Is it surprising that the RSCDS would acknowledge that Scottish dancing > includes more than the RSCDS style and repertoire? The RSCDS has already > done this by including non-RSCDS dances in its list of 150 core dances. > > The report that the RSCDS was in negotiations with the devisers(ors) to > publish The Kandahar Reel? > > So what gives? > > Clueless in Ohio, > > Lee > > Beavercreek, OH, USA > > > -----Original Message----- > >From: Agnes Macmichael <email@example.com> > >Sent: May 2, 2010 11:00 AM > >To: firstname.lastname@example.org > >Subject: Re: First post > > > >I know what was on his mind, but did not think it was necessary. I think > >the front page is self explanatory! But then if you are still not sure, I > >am certain all will be clear when you read the article inside. > >Agnes > >West Lothian > > > >On 2 May 2010 15:55, Norma or Mike Briggs <email@example.com> wrote: > > > >> Finally got my magazine yesterday, and I still have no idea what was in > >> Andrea's mind. > >> > >> Mike > >> > >> > >> Briggs Law Office > >> 1519 Storytown Road > >> Oregon WI 53711-1925 USA > >> +1 608 835 0914 (voice) > >> +1 608 237 2379 (fax) > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> ________________________________ > >> From: Martin Sheffield <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >> To: email@example.com > >> Sent: Sun, May 2, 2010 8:54:03 AM > >> Subject: Re: First post > >> > >> The only unusual thing I noticed in the latest magazine (received in > >> France, > >> although I am no longer a member!) > >> was the cover picture of a bunch of soldiers practising some kind of > >> wrestling. No kilts, no musicians, some onlookers. > >> > >> Martin > >> > > > >