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Mind the Gap in Zip-It Socks Audiobook

Mind the Gap in Zip-It Socks

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Mind the Gap in Zip-It Socks is a humorous travel memoir. Two American women turned loose in England find themselves lost in the maze at Leed's Castle. They are awed inside Canterbury Cathedral, where an aged priest takes them into a private chapel. And Stonehenge? They are mesmerized with the magical mystery of its existence. The ladies quickly learn that the trains in England are a mystery of their own, but they persevere and walk the sands of Folkestone and eat fish and chips in the charming village of Rye. And they laugh all the way across the beautiful country of England sharing wine, food, and playing cribbage.

©2015 Patricia Steele (P)2017 Patricia Steele

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    "Your grandma goes to England!"

    Reading this is like listening to your grandmother talk about her travels. Lots of talk about carrying their luggage and their struggles with trains. I wanted it to be charming, but I found myself questioning how they survived. Who goes to London on a vacation but doesn't know what the London Eye is? Or Soho? I can kind of see why their husbands chose to stay home...

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