An elegant dance of the American family camper vs. any passing vehicle where the 'passee' is completely oblivious of the 'passer' all the while swerving and making frequent stops or sudden slow-downs to oogle wildlife and scenic overlooks. The ensuing dance is usually if not always done on a double yellow line, two lane road that serpentines for miles and miles with no clear passing opportunities until the 'passer' summons the gift of GREAT BALLS to chance the split second window and make their passing move. The dance is always followed up with the one finger salute from the 'passer' to the 'passee' upon completion of the ballet.
..."while driving the Blue Ridge Parkway I had to do the Winnebago Ballet quite a few times in order to get anywhere"
by hexacat July 10, 2008