"The Nut Loaf"

Honiss

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Iain, I appreciate your generous offer & would love a copy of your dance for
our group.
Enid Honiss, RD 1, Kerikeri. NZ

----- Original Message -----
From: "Iain Boyd and Noeline O'Connor" <xxxx.xxxxxxx@xxxxx.xx.xx>
To: "Strathspey List" <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
Sent: Friday, 8 March 2002 11:08
Subject: Re: "The Nut Loaf"

> Greetings all,
>
> Susan, thank you for your kind words about "The Nut Loaf".
>
> Alan, this dance is one of many that may be floating around the world.
Every now
> and then I send a dance or two (or three) to friends I have made on trips
out of
> New Zealand or contacts via the Strathspey server. In this case, it was
included
> with our Christmas card two years ago.
>
> "The Nut Loaf" is based on John Drewry's dance "The Fruit Loaf" which was
originally
> published in "The Reel" a couple of years ago and, more recently, in his
latest Greenburn
> collection.
>
> "The Nut Loaf" has just been published in the latest issue of "The Reel"
(Number
> 239, February to May 2002). I had sent the instructions soon after
devising the dance
> as I thought the readers of "The Reel" might be interested in my
'variation' of John's
> dance.
>
> If anyone who does not have access to "The Reel" and would like the
instructions
> just send me your postal address and I will eventually send you a copy.
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Iain Boyd
>
> (P O Box 11-404, Wellington, New Zealand)
>
>
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