Dinner Dancing At Old Ranch 4/9/2017 (Page Three)
The evening goes on and dancing gets going in ernest. The dust is flying and fun is had by all! It's amazing hour four hours disappears in a few minutes!
Wonderful to see Brian and Jan
The ten step gets underway!
Did You Know? - The Polka is a Central European dance and genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic.
Come on Sandy!
Bob does not look convinced!
Elizabeth is up and doing the ten step!
From an expert in the subject!
Sounds of the 1950's... Great for dancing!
Bernie (our eldest member at 95 years old) enjoys dancing!
Bernie has the moves!
Donnis and Bernie look great dancing together
Awe... Around and around we go... Where we stop we stop!
Elizabeth sings to the tune!
Working off the calories!
Ghislaine and Bob take to the floor!
Showing us how it is done!
"Watch out... Here I come!"
Did You Know? - Origin and meaning. It is derived from the Proto-Germanic name Konrad, from conja meaning "bold" and rad "counsel". It was the name of a 10th-century bishop of Constance, and became popular in post-medieval English and post-medieval French.
"This is my bestest smile!"
Time to go home and get ready to work tomorrow.... WORK?!
"I will just wait for Hans and Kerstin!"
"Good night... See you Thursday"
Good night all or as we say in Germany...
"Gute Nacht liebe Freunde. Wir sehen uns sehr bald!"
As we say in England ... "Good night dear friends"
"I don't wanna go.... Lets visit and dance some more!"
Kathy says: "It can't be time to go already, we just got here!!"