I've seen that same terminology before for rights & lefts (couldn't tell you in what dance from memory, though). I'm sure this dance pre-dates RSCDS standardization of dance terminology, and I suspect dropping the phrase "right and left across and back" was done in order to prevent this kind of confusion.
Beavercreek, OH, USA
-----Original Message----- >From: Marie Disiewicz <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Sent: May 17, 2010 4:22 PM >To: email@example.com >Subject: Camp of Pleasure BK 15 > >Greetings to all >Those in the know, was Camp of Pleasure always Rights and Lefts for Bar 25 to 32??? > >My old book says "Right and Left across and back. >It was the word "across" that lead me to think it was RH Across and LH Back. >Silly me??? > >I see in the pocket book it does say Rights and Lefts. > >firstname.lastname@example.org >Marie from Surrey B.C. Canada