1- 8 1s+3s dance RH across 1¼ times to end BtoB facing side couples, 1s facing 2s, 3s facing 4s. 1s+2s also 3s+4s dance RH across
9-16 All dance parallel reels of 4 across
17-24 1s+2s also 3s+4s dance the Rondel to change places (2s and 4s make arch) 1s end in 2nd place, 3s in 4th place, 2s facing 4s in centre
25-32 2s+4s circle 4H round to left ¾ way to end 2s in 1st place and 4s in 3rd place. All set to partners and turn RH
33-64 Repeat bars 1-32 with 1s and 2s also 3s and 4s reversing roles to end all back in original places, facing partner
65-72 All dance interlocking RSh reels of 4 and end turning partner ¼ RH to bring Men into centre facing partners
73-80 All set, Ladies dance in as Men dance out passing LSh and Ladies circle 4H round to left, pulling back RSh to face partners
81-88 All dance Double Reels of 4 across (½ LH across in centre). End Men on sides, Ladies in centre facing partner
89-96 Men start circle Left with Ladies dancing out to join in circle (2 bars). All turn partners 2H and then continue circle left to original places
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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