Just read in the Torygraph of the last WW1 Cavalryman's funeral. There was a Guard of Honour of 'Re-Enactors' (Walts). I'm in two minds though - they dressed up in all the garb, fired a volley over the fella's grave and provided pallbearers. So are they to be ridiculed, prodded and scorned for being walts, or congratulated for giving an old soldier a poignant send off? Answers on a post card.