I like it.]
But will be at Bare Necessities that weekend.
15 1314 >16 Trip to Gatlinburg >17 The Silver Tassie >18 The Laird of Milton's Daughter > >* Ian Gaylor, one of our long-time dancers, asked me one evening why >the Devil was amang the tailors but not amang the Gaylors. This was >my response. > >The De'il amang the Gaylors R 32 4C in a 6C set >Mike Briggs, 2007 >Tune: The De'il amang the tailors >Formation: The odd-numbered couples are on the "men's" side of the >dance, facing the even-numbered couples who are on the women's side, thus: > >2W-2M 4W-4M 6W-6M >TOP >1M-1W 3M-3W 5M-5W > >1-2 All SET >3-4 1C & 2C and 3C & 4C RH ACROSS HALFWAY >5-6 All SET >7-8 1C & 2C and 3C & 4C LH ACROSS HALFWAY >9-12 1C & 4C HALF DIAGONAL RIGHTS AND LEFTS >13-16 2C & 3C HALF DIAGONAL RIGHTS AND LEFTS >17-20 1C & 2C, 3C & 4C CROSS RH with opposite; >SET to opposite and partner >21-24 1C & 2C, 3C & 4C CHANGE PLACES RH with partner; >SET to partner and opposite >25-32 8H AROUND AND BACK > >-- > BRIGGS LAW OFFICE >Michael and Norma Briggs > 1519 Storytown Road >Oregon WI 53575-2521 USA > +1 608 835 0914 >www.briggslawoffice.com > > > >