by Meredith Schumann
How would you cope if your husband died, leaving you as the single parent of an unruly and pregnant teenager? You could give up and lose yourself in drink - or could choose to follow your loved-one’s instructions to sprinkle his ashes during an extended gypsy waggon trip.
Ellen makes the latter choice, so she and daughter, Blue, travel to preplanned locations, dealing with conflict, confusion, difficulty and danger along the route.
And by the end of the journey two different souls will have emerged: having discovered much about themselves, and hopefully being on the way to healing their grief.