I have never really understood Morris dancing, and the picture at the end with the donkey confirms my suspicions that it is a very strange activity. :)
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Thanks for that Robert - I am useless at all these things and certainly not a pro-blogger. I'll take a look at what you suggest - maybe I'll understand a little of it.
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Robert, the only thing to understand about Morris Dancing is that it is one aspect of English culture. Other countries promote their traditional heritage, here we tend to mock ours. Regrettably, these days, activities that are culturally based, harmless, promote teamwork, non competitive, good exercise, enjoyable and bring smiles to the faces of audiences are often considered strange in a society led by media based 'hyped up' entertainment.