|1||Morgan Rattler||Moore-Ridgely 1790s|
|2||Highland Lilt||Neal 1726|
|3||Dover Pier||Preston 1791|
|4||The Dancing Betty||Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett|
|5||Turn of the Tide||Ron Coxall|
|6||Maiden Moor||Tom Cook||4-couple set|
|7||Jaque Latin||Wilson 1775|
|8||Waves of Grain||Bob Green||called by Bob Green
No dolphin hey
|9||Wa' Is Me, What Mun I Do?||Playford 1698|
|10||Peter and Peggy||Gary Roodman||Dance of the month|
|11||Impropriety||Brooke Friendly and Chris Sackett|
|12||Judi's Jig||Fried de Metz Hermann|
Bob Green was visiting from Missouri, and was interested in calling one of his dances.
A number of beginners wandered in after the first three dances were over, making for a more interesting evening.
Dances 2, 6, 9, 10 and 12 were all dances on the upcoming San Diego ball.
Impropriety was surprisingly confusing, especially with the bend-the-line-face-out, followed by the California twirl.
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