Alternative for [1-8]: 1c ends on own side. See 101 SCD and Manual
Note by the deviser in TacTalk of jan. 1986: on [17-32] the corners set »as written«; they do not split the setting as is customary in »J.B. Milne«.
Devised in May 1967 in New Zealand by Bob Campbell of Canada for Jean Conway, Elma See, Lorraine Dyall, and Margaret Gray of the Newcastle (Australia) Colleges Strathspey and Reel Club.
Note: older instructions tell 1c to turn once LH on 23-24; the current (revised) instructions leave that unspecified.
this follows the original instructions. Those who find the time short for crossing on [31-32] can try an easier choreography, also flowing better into 2nd turn, as follows:
Can be danced by any number of couples, add 12 bars for each extra couple; Running step throughout, 3 steps per bar.
Note that both times the couple moving UP makes the arch.