The River Hutt
Scottish Country Dance Instruction
THE RIVER HUTT
(S8x32) 3C (4C set) Gaye Collin SCD Is All Around The World
1- 8 1s cast, followed by 2s+3s (nearer hands joined as they dance up), meet in 3rd place, dance up and cast to original places
9-16 All set, all ½ turn partner 2H, turn right about and dance out to partner's place and all set.(1)(2)(3)
17-24 Mirror (reflection) reels of 3 starting on opposite sides, each couple crosses to own side from top place. End in centre, 1s at top facing down, 2s facing up nearer hands joined.123
25-32 1s+2s dance Rondel. 1s end in 2nd place facing out ready to start again
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Keith Rose's Crib Diagrams
The Hutt River, in the Clare Valley of South Australia, is a stream rising near Sevenhill and flowing in a generally northern direction past the town of Clare and through good farming and pastoral country into the southern side of the Broughton River.
Discovered in 1839 by explorer John Hill who named the river after Sir William Hutt, one of the South Australian Colonization Commissioners in London.
Mouth Of Hutt River, Western Australia
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