Hull's Zig Zag

SourceDir: Ed_Durlacher.txt
Author1: Traditional
Author2: Dave Notman
Setup: Neighbor Allemande Left until Ones catch Right in center.
QT: Improper

A1: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (6)  {Opp Sex} Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (6)  Ones Allemande Right 1x
A2: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (6)  {Opp Sex} Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (6)  Ones Gypsy 1x + Lady #1 turn 180 to face down
B1: (8)  Line of Four Down the Hall + Turn Alone
    (8)  Return + Hand Cast {Twos back up -> improper prog}
B2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back
    (8)  Ones 2-Hand Turn 1x or 2x while Twos orbit CCW 1/2 {1}
C1: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (6)  {Same Sex} Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (6)  Ones Allemande Right 1x
C2: (4)  Wave of Four Balance
    (6)  {Same Sex} Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (6)  Ones Gypsy 1x + Lady #1 turn 180 to face down
D1: (8)  Line of Four Down the Hall + Turn Alone
    (8)  Return + Hand Cast {Twos back up -> obscene prog position} {2}
D2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back
    (8)  Ones 2-Hand Turn 1x or 2x while Twos orbit CCW 1/2 {3}

CallingNotes: {1} Now the dance repeats, but this time with the Twos on 
  the other side.  Dancers should find their same sex neighbor in their 
  left hands.  {2} Obscene formation is like proper, except all the men 
  are in the ladies line.  Doubly improper if you will.  {3} Dance is now 
  back to starting formation.  Opposite sex neighbor is in left hand.

While dancing the Twos part with ghosts - I found it difficult to bond to 
  new neighbors.  I tended to orbit the current neighbors.