Thursday, August 31, 2017

Fire night

Fire patterns
Interlocking N 10ppl
Double weave
12 person flaming hinge

Horse blinders. Interlocking 2pi / 3 x 10 with optional post. Discuss.

Melll, Mike Dan Connor Chan Keenan Graham Peter Tony Vincent Matt Scott Lucy Jason
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Sunday, August 27, 2017

MAJ Practice 8-27-2017

The Melon Report:
                               Let's see, we did...
3 count feed
3 count feed with change sides
Tom's turbo
2pi/3 with two posts (each doing 8 count)
Ivy 2pi/3 weave: one of the posts is stationary and still does 8 count, the other moves into the 2pi/3 while someone else moves into the post (for one passing beat), then also moves back into the 2pi/3 (the steady state is 4 count. 4 count, 8 count)
semi-sweet version of chocolate bar 3 count feed

still to come: the full version of ivy-pi weave (both posts move into the 2pi/3)

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Aug 17, 2017. Juggling Patterns

Attendance: Melll,  Jeff, Gram, Owen, Chan and  guest Yukari

4 people
    3 count feed  'N'

5 people
     Twister Weave

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Melon Report: 8-13-2017

         Let's see, it was Owen (from Ohio), Mark , Michael, Melll, Nick, Graham, Conor, and Robert. We came up with two new ones...
                                                                          I will call it an extended chocolate bar-three count feed for 7 people (Michael probably has a better name). There are three feeders and 4 feedees. The outer feeders throw the standard pass, pass, self, self for 12 beats. The R feeder passes to feedees 1, 2 and 3. The L feeder passes to feedees 2, 3 and 4. The middle feeder passes an insane one count to all 4 feedees (not for the faint of heart).
           The second was the Greasy Chicken. It's a 6 person feast for 7 people. On one of the "selfs" you move and replace the person on your left. The other self is just a self. We did this in RH 4 count, and on the art work ~ 2 blocks away from our standard juggling space. The structure is 6 ceramic/concrete(?) benches arranged in a circle to form a mini amphitheater. It's right off Dayton St.... Lots of hopping up and down (and no, that's not what she said)...Mr. Socially Unacceptable