Right you are, Jack, though I want to read Colin's post in detail; I've had a skim and he's put in much thought.
In the dance that I'm hoping to call (Mad Slice) the travelling is actually done not with partner but with a neighbour with whom is visited Shadow 1 and shadow 2. At various points before finally getting clear of the end, neigbbour is at least shadow 1 and probably shadow 2 but I need to make my head hurt some more to get a full understanding. So far, though, it looks as though dancing with ghosts should make it simpler and, in spite of there being two shadows, it is quite straight forward to work around the ends and get back successfully to one's partner. Song in the Night is too complex for my crowd at my skill level as caller, though I can see it being a useful ghost dance, as you suggest. Ken Jack Mitchell via Callers <https://email@example.com&q=from:%22Jack+Mitchell+via+Callers%22> Thu, 05 Apr 2018 16:09:06 -0700 <https://firstname.lastname@example.org&q=date:20180405> That works a lot of the time, but it really doesn’t work in dances like Ken is talking about. Dance like song in the night (gene Hubert), or for other dances where you go out and then in and then out, not necessarily with your partner. On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 5:42 AM Colin Hume via Callers <email@example.com> wrote: > I'm not sure that dancing with ghosts is the best way to deal with > end-effects - I prefer "treat your partner as a neighbour". > > I have a whole section of notes on End-effects at > https://colinhume.com/dtendeffects.htm > > Colin Hume > _______________________________________________ > List Name: Callers mailing list > List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net > Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ > -- Jack Mitchell Durham, NC
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