1- 8 1s+4s set, 1s lead down to 4th place while 4s cast up to 1st place. 1s+4s cross RH with partner and face out
9-12 1s cast up 1 place, turn LH, finish in centre facing 3s while 4s cast 1 place, turn LH, finish in centre facing 2s (2s and 3s step up/down bars 9-10)
13-16 All dance the Olé:-
' full turn right about in place (pas-de-basque) with RH in air and LH on hip
17-20 1s+4s dance LH across once round
21-28 1s+4s retain LH and join RH with corners to dance St Andrew's Cross ("double LH across"). All drop hands, 1s and 4s face corners
29-30 1M+3L turn LH and 1W+3M turn RH while 4M+2W turn RH and 4L+2M turn LH to end 2(4)(1)3
31-32 1s+4s cross RH with partner to own sides. 2413
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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