Nancy also contributed two stories last year, Babushka the Beautiful, which was our June winner and Anglo-American Singing Tour of Australia.
Once you've caught up, you can read her brand new travel story HITCH-HIKING.
Nancy attracts adventure. We’re not talking cliff-hanging, here, just stuff that happens to evolve into stories. When she suddenly takes charge, her decisions may not be yours, but she gets the job done, and there’s often a tale to tell. For instance, hitch-hiking happens to her, albeit always unintentionally. Once she once hitched in a Blue-labled Bently in St. James Park, in London, much to her walking companion’s dismay. But she was hot and dragging, it was rush hour, the car was almost idling, so hitch-hiking happened. The driver turned out to be a classmate of her ex-husband, yada-yada, and when he made a sudden left, her walking companion thought for sure she had been kidnapped. The driver just needed petrol and delivered her safely to the friend’s apartment about the time he arrived, rather irritated. She was rested and fine, thank you very much.