Why not just have everyone face left and single file promenade instead of
circle to the left?  The circles are still moving in the opposite direction
and right shoulders are adjacent for the Dosido.
Rich


On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 11:21 PM, K Panton via Callers <
callers@lists.sharedweight.net> wrote:

> (aside: I love this list! So very helpful)
>
> RE: The Wheel
>
> Bill Olson noted that the dance can be challenging with the ladies in the
> outside circle, due to their generally shorter arms.
>
> Given that the promenade is a long 16 beats, Has anyone tried adding a two
> hand turn after 12 beats to put the gents on the outside? I wonder if this
> is one of the things that Rick Mohr tried while attempting to reduce socket
> injuries. ??
>
>
> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2018 21:06:54 +0000
> From: Bill Olson <callb...@hotmail.com>
>
>
> Yeah, That's what I was more thinking of than moderately difficult dances
> like Beneficial Tradition.. I like Gene Hubert's circle mixer "the wheel"
> :
>
>
> The Wheel, circle mixer by Gene Hubert
>
> A1 Promenade (CCW)(16)
> A2 (face partner Gents facing out, Women facing in) join 2 hands with
> partner and walk ~8 steps IN (8), join hands in concentric circles and walk
> ~8 steps back out (8)
> B1 all circle LEFT (opposite directions obviously)
> B2 *SWING* (nearest person)
>
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