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From Little Rock, Arkansas, Janette chose to take the “Ten-day Southern Heritage Tour” on the train. She really had no interest in the tour; but she had to get away from her life for a while and this sounded good and sounded like something totally unlike her. However, first she had to make it to Washington, DC.
In Reston, Virginia, Matthew Scofield came home to another babysitter quitting. It wasn’t that his children were bad, it was due to his long hours as a lawyer. Things had been going downhill since his wife died and his nanny quitting to go back to Ireland to get married. He had relied on afterschool sitters and this wasn’t working. He decided to take the kids to see his Mother to get her help and decided to go by train. He signed them up for the “Ten-day Southern Heritage Tour” to give the kids and himself time to get to know each other again.
In Providence, Rhode Island, Angie Crystal (otherwise known as Christy Huggins of TV fame) faced her boss and the PR director. After seven years of never missing a day nor taking a sick day, Angie was being given three weeks of vacation, expenses paid. She didn’t want the time off; but they insisted. Since she refused to drive. Sail, or fly, they came up with a more creative solution- a train ride. They booked her on the “Ten-Day Southern Heritage Tour” and wouldn’t take no for an answer. So, she found herself in Washington, DC about to board a train alone for a trip she didn’t want.
What will happen between the three strangers on a trip?
Each individual learns an important lesson about themselves. I also liked the way MS Hunt incorporated God and his messages into the story.