Following the example of Bill Bader, for example, lets you figure out how to use just the right amount of abbreviation (usually for left and right as L and R), while at the same time using words like "vine" to indicate a "grapevine step".
One of the easiest and most fun variations in the foxtrot is the promenade, where the dancers face each other and move their feet sideways (still in the same rhythm) with a sort of grapevine step in order to move in the same direction.
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Since you are moving in a circle, you have to step sideways; in order to make this more interesting than just shuffling one foot to the side and bringing the other foot to meet it, the hora utilizes the cross step of the grapevine.
Santa Barbara County has a history of winemaking and winegrape growing stretching back more than 200 years to before California was a state (Father Junipero Serra brought grapevine cuttings from Mexico in 1782 to be planted).
These steps will be described in the dance instructions by phrases such as "do a grapevine to the left for 8 beats," or "two jazz squares, starting with the left foot, then a ball change and step-hop on the left."
For instance, you could make a really nice fall wreath by hot gluing acorns (preferably that are all about the same size and facing the same direction) to a foam wreath form or a grapevine wreath.
Garlands: Instead of plain tulle draped along the edges of the aisle, use silk leaf garlands or grapevine garlands for a fall theme, or add fall colored ribbon to twist with ivory tulle garlands.
The most basic version of the hora (besides simply walking in a circle) is to do alternating grapevine steps while holding the hands of the people on either side of you in a circle.
I even hear from the grapevine, there's some question she was pregnant.