At the end of the do-si-do make a (temporary) wave with the men on the outside facing their neighbor, but don't take hands
Originally I had no partner swing and a circle left 1¼ in B2, but I have changed the dance to include a partner swing and changed the circle left 1¼ into a circle right ¾.
A the end of the California twirl in B2, men should lead their partner into the next circle left.
The dance was written on 17 Apr 2005 while watching (on TV) Paula Radford win the London Marathon. The title commemorates the famous mide-race 'loo' stop. First danced at Wroughton Folk Dance Club on 28 Apr 2005.
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