13 Little Blue Envelopes - Part 11: 259 - 270 and Part 12: Pages 271 - 284 Summary & Analysis

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Part 11: 259 - 270 and Part 12: Pages 271 - 284 Summary

Aunt Peg once again leaves Ginny to retrace her steps, this time to Corfu hoping it has the same effect for her, and tells her to call her when she is on the boat. At noon the following day, Ginny tells her companions that she is leaving for Greece, immediately. When they ask her why, she finds herself explaining the letters, and how she has just opened number eleven. Carrie asks if they can join her, and Ginny is happy to have company for a change. Within twenty minutes, they were booking train passage. They shop for snacks and get on a train. The ride seems to take forever, but finally they are boarding the boat, just as Peg had. She opens the twelfth envelope when they are under way.

In it, she tells her that since...

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