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In The Lodge

We are not going to get to much into what you should do in lodge as it might change from place to place. We are going to talk about what you should NOT do in lodge as it is much more universal.

Speak when spoken to (Or in invited to speak)

Don't walk around

Don't cross your legs are sit casually

Don't wear a hat

Don't play with your cell phone

Don't address anyone but the master without permission

Don't speak to the master without first going through the proper motions

Don't wear anything but a suit or formal attire


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