Chain the Hey Variant #1

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Becky Hill
Author2: Dave Notman
QT: Improper

A1: (16) Neighbor Balance & Swing
A2: (8)  men allemande left 1.5
    (8)  partner swing
B1: (8)  promenande across set
    (8)  right & left Across
B2: (8)  Half Hey (ladies start passing right)
    (3)  Ladies go straight across the set to Neighbor
    (5)  Neighbor Allemande Left {3/4 + Spin} + {1}

CallingNotes: {1} Allemande left until the ladies face in.  Then push 
  with joined left hand and spin 270 CCW into the balance.

NotesOther: Becky's original started with Do-si-Do and Swing, and ended 
  with Ladies Chain.  Thanks to Darlene Underwood for helping me with the 
  ending.

NotesOtherPre: Other Endings -

    I started changing Becky's dance because it lacked a balance.  Another
    whole approach might be to change the initial Do-si-Do to an LLFB.

  _B2B  (8) Ladies Allemande Right 1.5  (Variant #2)

  _B2B  (8) Ladies Gypsy 1.5  (Variant #3)

  _B2B  (4) Ladies Trade
        (4) Turn Single Right  (Variant #4 - ENTERED)

  Either one of those lend themselves to spinning CW into the balance.  
    The Turn-single-right makes for a very flirty goodbye.

  _B1   (8) Promenade Across
        (8) Ladies Chain
  _B2   (8) Circle Left 1x
        (8) Star Left 1x  (Variant #5)

  The above variant bears some similarity to David Smukler's "Zero Sum 
    Game".  If you replace the Circle/Star sequence with a full hey you 
    get Tony Parkes' "Hey Fever".

  _B1   (8) Promenade Across
        (8) Half Hey
  _B2   (8) Ladies Chain
        (8) Pass Through Across + Cross Trail  (Variant #6)

  Like the above.  It's straightforward and doesn't match anything else.

  _A1   (8) Double Richochet (ladies start)
        (8) Neighbor Swing
  _B2   (8) Half Hey (ladies start passing right)
        (8) Ladies Chain   ( Variant #7 - nice but no balance )

  _B2B  (6) Ladies Chain w/ half courtesy turn
        (2) Men turn back over right shoulder (#8 - not sure of timing)

  _B2B  (4) Ladies Pull by right while men shift right...
        (4) Swat the flea