1- 8 1s+2s ¾ turn 2H, dance ½ reel of 4 in centre of dance, turn 2H end in lines across 1M between 2s and 1L between 3s all facing down
9-16 All dance down, turn right about and dance back and 1M+2s turn to face 1L+3s
1- 8 All clap and 1s dance ½ reels of 3 on opposite sides (1M pass 3L RSh and 1L passes 2M RSh), 1s turn RH to end 1M between 2s and 1L between 3s
9-16 All clap and 1s dance ½ reels of 3 on opposite sides [1M passes 3L (3s at top) LSh and 1L passes 2M LSh], 1s turn LH to places
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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