Starting formation - box circulate or quarter tag. From box circulate, dancers facing in step straight
forward to join adjacent forearms, turn half (180°) and step forward to end in the position vacated by the
dancer who was facing out. Meanwhile, each dancer facing out runs into the position vacated by the
dancer who is doing the forearm turn. When done from right hand boxes, the dancers facing in turn by
the right and the dancers facing out run right. When done from left hand boxes, the dancers facing in turn
by the left and the dancers facing out run left. Finishes in a box circulate formation.
From quarter tag, dancers step ahead, join forearms (right if center wave was right handed or left if center
wave was left handed), turn half (180°) and step straight forward. Those returning to the center step to
a wave (using same hands as original wave); the others finish as a couple facing out. Ending formation
is a 3/4 tag.
STYLING: Similar to that of turn thru and fold. TIMING: 6 steps.
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