Waiting for Connie #4

SourceDir: 3-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman

***BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Couples Wheel CCW 1/4 {1}
    (8)  Right Diagonal Ladies Chain {to N2} {2}
A2: (8)  Chainsaw Promenade CW + Turn as Couples
    (4)  Chainsaw Promenade CCW {till partner across} {3}
    (4)  Men Allemande Left 1/2 while ladies cast out
B1: (4)  Wave of Four {Men L in Center, P in right} Balance
    (12) Partner Swing
B2: (8)  Half Hey Across (Men start left)
    (8)  Double Ricochet (Men first) {4}

CallingNotes: {1} Men back up with extra rigor, while ladies linger in 
  the middle -> ladies standing R-R.  {2} If couples were facing across 
  the person to chain to would be on the LEFT diagonal, but because of 
  the 90 degree turn, they are now off to the right.  *** NEUTRAL COUPLES 
  PARTICIPATE IN THE CHAIN.  If they don't, they could lose their 
  partner.  {3} There is less distance to travel coming back.  The ladies 
  have already progressed in the chain.  Here's where the men progress.  
  {4} Double Ricochet = everyone dance CW around a triangle whose base is 
  a couple and whose third vertex is the middle of the foursome.  Men 
  start by going into the center and bouncing off each other, and then 
  going back into their partner's spot.  Meanwhile the ladies slide 
  left.  Then the figure repeats with roles reversed (ladies bounce, men 
  slide).  Net result of double R. is no change of position, but 8 counts 
  of music burned.

NotesOther: The chainsaw promenade sequence was stolen from Steve 
  Schnur's "Chili Pepper" series.