Scotland In Langley, April 2014

How can you tell how busy I’ve been? A prolific writer like me hasn’t posted to this blog in months. (My main blog chronicles that tale.) It’s all good, and I’ve been working so hard that I long for enough ease to fit in another walk. Stay tuned. I expect it to happen.

In the meantime, I am giving talks again. The next one is in Langley, WA on Whidbey Island, April 17th, 6:30pm at the Langley Library. The Friends of the Library host talks frequently. This spring my talk about Scotland is fitting into a series of three of my travel talks. March was about bicycling across America (Just Keep Pedaling). April is about walking across Scotland (Walking Thinking Drinking Across Scotland). And May is about my trilogy of year-round travels through Washington State’s Cascade mountains: hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing (Twelve Months at Barclay Lake, Twelve Months at Lake Valhalla, and Twelve Months at Merritt Lake). One very nice feature? The talks are all free.

Come on by to hear the story behind the stories. Yes, I traveled; but, the real stories are about people, nature, personal growth, food, with a bit of slapstick.

Want me to give a talk somewhere else? Send me an email. I look forward to it. Every time I give a talk and tell my stories I hear other stories in return. It is good all around.

About Tom Trimbath

consultant / entrepreneur / writer / photographer / speaker / aerospace engineer / semi-semi-retired More info at: http://trimbathcreative.wordpress.com/about/ and at my amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0035XVXAA
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