Sunday, 30 March 2014

Mummers in Seal Cove, Christmas 2013.

Mummering is an age-old tradition in Newfoundland that involves people dressing up in disguises and visiting homes. When people visit the homes, the homeowners are expected to guess their identity.  Until they can guess their identities, they often feed them fruitcake, rum, Purity syrup mixed with water and cookies.

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