Hayja Vu Deux

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Advanced
***BECKET ***

A1: (8)  {1} Ladies Chain + Courtesy Fling {INCORRECT UNDERSTANDING OF 
  C-Fling}
    (4)  Pull Neighbor {Zero} by right
    (4)  Neighbor {Minus-1} Left Allemande 1x
A2: (8)  Neighbor {Zero} Right Allemande 1.5
    (8)  Neighbor {Plus+1} Left Shoulder Gypsy 1x
B1: (12) Men pass right to half hey, then orbit CCW back to home side.  
  Ladies follow Neighbor {Plus+1} into the hey, but as soon as the ladies 
  can take right hands, they allemande right 1.5
    (4)  {2} Partner Gypsy
B2: (16) Partner Balance & Swing

CallingNotes: {1} Neighbor Zero is the one you start the dance with.  
  Neighbor Minus-1 is your former neighbor (off on the right diagonal).  
  Neighbor Plus+1 is your future neighbor (off on the left diagonal).  
  {2} Dancers should now be with their partners on the side of the set 
  where they started the dance.  Neighbor Plus+1 should be across the 
  way.  END EFFECTS: Dancers going out at the ends must delay crossing 
  over until they have done the left allemande in A1.  Then they cross 
  and wait as for an improper dance.

NotesOther: The title is a reference to Jim Hemphill's "Hayja Vu II" and 
  to the voodoo timing in A2/B1.  I think dancers will actually complete 
  the left gypsy in A2 in 6 steps, and then use that time for the hey in 
  B1.  Doubt the world is ready for this one any time soon.