I'll Meet You on the Other Side #2

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Setup: Allemande Neighbor Left 1.25 so men are right-to-right in middle.
QT: Improper

A1: (6)  In Large Ovals, SINGLE FILE Promenade past Three {1}
    (4)  With Neighbor #4, Men Allemande Right 1/2 + Men step around 
      Partner {2}
    (6)  {As Couples} CW Chainsaw Promenade Partner Back to Neighbor #1
A2: (4)  Ladies pull by right
    (12) Neighbor swing
B1: (8)  Circle Balance + Petronella Spin
    (8)  Partner Swing
B2: (4)  Circle Left 1/2
    (4)  Ladies Trade Places with a 1/2 gypsy by right
    (8)  New Neighbor Allemande Left 1.25

CallingNotes: This dance will require lots of space between the lines.  
  {1} Tell dancers to make note of their neighbors.  The ladies promenade 
  counter-clockwise in the outer oval while men promenade clockwise in 
  the inner oval.  Dancers must loop around the ends!  END COUPLES SHOULD 
  PARTICIPATE!  Tell dancers, "this is neighbor #1.  You will pass #2 and 
  #3 and when men reach neighbor #4, they take right hands and allemande 
  right 1/2 over to their partner, AND THEN...  {2} While the men 
  allemande, the ladies turn 180 to face the other way, and then ladies 
  should slide one step to their right (towards the center of the set).  
  Men walk behind their partner's back and cozy up to her in promenade 
  position.  So during the promenade  back, the ladies are in their 
  customary position, to the man's right.  A varsouvienne promenade is 
  particularly elegant here.

Recommended Tempo - a bit on the slow side.

NotesOther: Dedicated to Dulcy Sacan (Nemeth), June 8, 1985 - May 19, 2012

Dance revised 7/9/2013 - changed distance of single file promenade and 
  timing of A1.

NotesOtherPre: Possible alternate ending (I'm skeptical)
  (3) Advance to neighbor #3
  (8) Men Allemande Right 1.5
  1-2 fudge time for the men to get into promenade position on the 
    outside track
  (3) Return to neighbor #1.