Dances in a square set

Chris Ronald

Message 55718 · 16 Apr 2009 16:13:27 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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>
> "Yes, I'm glad the basket isn't usually encountered in SCD as it's
> potentially dangerous: either the men do their backs in (without being
> "traditionally built", if you're 5'8 (1m72) there aren't many who can
> lift you safely) or you risk getting struck by flying feet! And
> frankly, the safer "group hug shuffling around" version doesn't do
> anything for me. - Sophie"

Good points, Sophie. I guess it's a figure where you need to choose your
partner and your opposites carefully.

Which raises a host of other questions....

Chris.

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