Starting formations: Right and Left Grand Circle, Eight Chain Thru, Trade By plus the ends Face In
Any of the above in which some or all dancers have stepped to a mini-wave, or any formation in which
dancers may conveniently turn up to 90 degrees so the men face promenade direction, women face
wrong way promenade direction, and the formation is now one of the above.
Right and Left Grand
Grand Right and Left
Dance action: If necessary, men turn up to 90 degrees to face promenade direction and women turn up to
90 degrees to face reverse promenade direction. Dancers blend into a circular formation as they Right
Pull By, Left Pull By, Right Pull By, Left Pull By.
Ending formation: Right and Left Grand Circle
Styling: Hands are involved with alternating pull-by movements, no twirls. Arms should be held in
natural dance position and the handhold position should be released as dancers pass each other. Men
particularly should stand tall and resist the temptation to lean over and stretch out their hand to the
next person. Just a comfortable extension of the arm and hand is all that is necessary.
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