Open for change. The list jigs just leave me sad.
Repeat pattern until 1c are back at top but allow 5c to finish their turn [96 bars total]
While a newer dance, it has become a favorite at Fanwood and was executed well at the Scotia Halloween party by a number of beginners, which is why I included it on the Friday night program.
Has the advantage of reviewing corners pass and turn so that people are prepared for the Chequered Court
List; Could sub Gramachie to decrease difficulty if needed.
After their second turn, 1c casts to 4pl on  as 4c steps up
Note: older instructions tell 1c to turn once LH on 23-24; the current (revised) instructions leave that unspecified.
List; Originally had in place of Asilomar Romantic on Friday -- didn't like how it played with Blue Bonnets.
List; Slight concern for circulating allemande in the space; assume in this position it will be less of a problem.
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:
This dance occupied this exact position on the Pawling 2015 program, and should be familiar to all the area dancers as it recently came off the NY list. It is also on Campbell's list of 100 top closing dances. If the majority of people think it's a bad idea, then I propose Falls of Rogie to the Sleepy Maggie music (Albany style!)
The first two turns are in Strathspey time, the second two are in Reel time.
To be danced in a 3 couple set (6x through).