hook: courtesy turn your neighbor to long waves
by: Beth Molaro
partners right hand balance & box the gnat
right left through +
form long waves - gentlespoons face in, ladles face out ⁋
balance long waves
prev neighbors allemande right once
circle left 4 places
long lines forward & back
/+ partner pull by, neighbor courtesy turn. Gentlespoons continue courtesy turning neighbor ladle into long waves with ladles facing out, gentlespoons facing in.
Les Addison notes: when Dana Parkinson taught it, she included a “take hands for a courtesy turn in the traditional position and then stop” at the end of the chain, which helped us get into the right position. I don’t think twirly courtesy turns work well here.