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    USAK Casual kilt in motion

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=qfyu_NsYbYw

    If anyone's wondering how the PV Casual kilts move, at 7:50 in the video you can see 20 seconds or so of one in motion(Isle of Skye tartan, purple shirt). I like it. It's a whole lot more fun than dancing in shorts!

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    Nice video.

    I generally wear my USAK casual kilts out dancing once or twice per week. On Sunday I wore my Irish Heritage casual kilt to a country western dance hall.

    The kilt is (literally and figuratively) cooler than any pants I would instead. It adds a lot of flare, and garners a lot of compliments.
    Trying to look good on a budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterB View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=qfyu_NsYbYw

    If anyone's wondering how the PV Casual kilts move, at 7:50 in the video you can see 20 seconds or so of one in motion(Isle of Skye tartan, purple shirt). I like it. It's a whole lot more fun than dancing in shorts!
    Nicely done! Turns out I know some of those musicians and probably some of the dancers! Good man.

    Best,
    Jonathan
    (western Mass.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jthk View Post
    Nicely done! Turns out I know some of those musicians and probably some of the dancers!
    The Norwich, VT dance is my regular dance, with occasional trips up to Montpelier. I'm always impressed by the quality of the music.

    For anyone who hasn't tried contradancing, it's great fun and a great way to meet people. If you can walk and count to 8 you can do it!

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    Sock hop!


    JMB

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