Remember that the Belle slides in front of the Beau
for a Half Sashay.
Try to blend the Pass Thru and Half Sashay
into one smooth movement. Anticipate the Half Sashay so that
immediately after you pass right-shoulders for the Pass Thru,
start sliding towards each other for the Half Sashay.
Remain facing the same wall throughout the entire call. Do not turn.
Cross Trail Thru was originally named Trail Thru.
Half Sashay [Basic]:
From a Couple.
Without changing your facing direction, exchange places by having the
sidestep in front of the
as the Beau sidestep behind the Belle.
Ends in a Couple.
From a Mini-Wave, do your part (i.e., from a L-H Mini-Wave, exchange
places by sliding back-to-back; from a R-H Mini-Wave, exchange places
by sliding nose-to-nose).
Cross Trail Thru To The Corner [A1V]:
Cross Trail Thru and 1/4 Out (turn 1/4 in place away from your partner).
Cross Trail Thru To The Corner is sometimes called from normal (1P2P) Facing Lines
prior to an Allemande Left. Alternative definition: Pass Thru and Left-shoulder Partner Tag.
Cross Trail Thru is used within the definition of many calls.
Some examples are listed below.
Cross The "K" [C2] :
From Facing Lines, Eight Chain Thru, or other applicable formations.
Cross Trail Thru; Centers Trade as Ends U-Turn Back by turning away from the
Center (i.e., 1/4 Out & Roll).
Scramble [C3B] :
From Back-to-Back Lines or other applicable formations.
Outsides do an Ends Bend and Turn Thru as
Centers 1/4 In and Cross Trail Thru.
Back-to-Back Lines end in Back-to-Back Lines.
Cross Chuck-A-Luck [C3B] :
From Parallel Lines with the Centers facing out.
Centers Cross Run and Pass In as
Ends Face In, Step Forward, and Cross Trail Thru.
Ends in an Eight Chain Thru formation.
Cross Horseshoe Turn [C4]:
From a 2 x 4 with the Ends in Columns facing Out.
Ends Cross Cloverleaf (as one movement, Half Sashay and Cloverleaf)
as the Centers 1/4 In and Cross Trail Thru.
Generalized Columns end in an Eight Chain Thru.
This is a 2-part call for the Centers.
Cross Trail [obsolete]:
From a Couple.
Left-shoulder Partner Tag.
Ends in Back-to-Back Dancers.