The Force of Habit

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Advanced
djn_Last_Revised: 2015-01-29 23:07:54 GMT
***BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back
    (8)  Right & Left Through Across
A2: (6)  Circle Left 3/4
    (10) Half Hey Plus (L:R, P:L, M:R, N:L) {to a wave across} {1}
B1: (4)  Wave of Four Balance {2}
    (12) Next Neighbor Swing {3}
B2: (6)  Circle Left 3/4
    (10) Partner Swing

CallingNotes: {1} After the CL 3, the two men stop, face each other and, 
  reversing direction, take one step back and to their right.  Meanwhile 
  the ladies (continuing the motion of the circle), step between the two 
  men (as though they were going to pass by the right) and point their 
  left shoulder towards their partner.  After doing this, the dancers are 
  lined up on a left diagonal line.  Dancers are next to their partners, 
  and the ladies are standing right-to-right in the middle.  From here, 
  half hey (P:L, M:R, N:L) to a wavy line across.  This wave has (caller 
  left to right) M1(up)-F2(dn)-F1(up)-M2(dn).  In effect, the hey is 
  starting 2 beats early, and contains an extra pass (ladies right in 
  center).  {2} Those on the end of the wave (the men) start by balancing 
  a ghost to their right.  An unfortunate feature of this dance.  {3} 
  Here's where the dance gets its title!  Dancers turn 180 over their 
  right shoulder to face a new neighbor.