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Old 01-26-2007, 09:59 AM   #11
Gledanh Zhinga
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In the pre 9-11 days, sometimes there were practical reasons. I have flown to Oklahoma to dance on several occasions. I kept my outfit in the overhead, not the plane belly. The hairplate is more easily packed than the otter, and takes up less room. Also, a handful of dancers who fly will pack a Pendleton saddle blanket instead of a full sized one.

I haven't flown to dance since 9-11. I doubt whether a guy could carry his regalia on board nowadays. Airport security might think a scarf slide is like a box cutter.
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