Sunday Photo 36

Lovely London, courtesy of Wilbur.

Wilbur's Travels

I took today’s photo last night from the roof of the TFL HQ at St James Park in London.

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About Tricia Pimental

Brooklyn-born Tricia Pimental moved to Portugal in 2012, where she found rural life so idyllic she wrote a piece for the Living the Dream section of International Living Magazine. Today she serves as their Portugal Correspondent. The former actress and Toastmaster has written three award-winning books: Rabbit Trail: How a Former Playboy Bunny Found Her Way, Slippery Slopes, and A Movable Marriage. Other writing credits include two travel books for International Living: The Old-World Charms of Portugal and Escape to Portugal, and a 15-part video series entitled Portugal 101. Tricia has discovered one of the best parts about living in Europe is the ability to sample the culture (especially all that food and beverage) of many countries via road trips. She and her husband Keith—and their intrepid Maltese, Carson—have traveled through Spain, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Denmark, and more, as well as Ireland, Eastern Europe, Russia, and the Balkans. After renting in various regions of the country, Tricia and Keith now own a quinta in central Portugal. She blogs at www.triciapimental.com.
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9 Responses to Sunday Photo 36

  1. weldontravis says:

    “A Movable Marriage” indeed! Always on the go . . . enjoying life (and some of its travails and tribulations) with a great mate, Keith. Our fond regards to you both. All is very well in Rouge and Ready

  2. How we’d love to see you and your lovely bride, Irene, again, Weldon. Thanks for reading and love to you both.

    • weldontravis says:

      I/we have not been to SoCal in decades and, except for the chance to see you and Keith, will probably never return (fast pace of life and traffic: and the last time, the smog was so thick that I couldn’t see the house numbers across a cul-de-sac! I hope it’s better now. Please keep us informed of your activities — one never knows when an opportunity will arise.

      • I would never return, either, if it were not for my daughters and grandchildren. I totally understand. Hope your summer is just perfect. XO

      • weldontravis says:

        I just extended an invitation to my siblings and recently widowed aunt to join us next autumn [tentatively] for a sojourn to the Thousand Islands, where we had a cottage on the International Rift between Canada and New York State. It was a popular locale when Canada had prohibition before the U.S. did, hence “Canada Dry” Ginger Ale.

  3. Myrica Taylor says:

    fantastic photo! with his phone?? thank you for sharing it. xoxo

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