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... a gelding, both Icelandics. Tim and Dar who are from Alberta, Canada own 4 Icelandic horses and a Quarter Horse. Dar is pretty excited because she will be taking her mare to Arnold's this summer to get bred. Then there’s us, Fred and Tammy Chavarria straight out of Ketchikan, AK. We own no horses! Tammy has plenty of riding experience and owned a horse when she was growing up. That makes me, the least experienced rider on the tour. I have ridden ...
... a bit out of it, she'd been at the Secret Solstice festival at the beach till 3.00am – she was a hoot, even gave us some beads and leather thong to make a Viking necklace for Matt. Her name was Victoria, so the two girls, Vicki and Victoria had a photo and we left in great spirits. Continuing around the bay we stopped at Reykjavik’s performance hall, the Harpa, a mass of glass and when You say mass, it’s pretty big! We took the lift up to the top and wandered down ...
... here. There are volcanoes everywhere, although all of them inactive at the moment, but you feel at any time that tectonic plate might move or a volcano get restless. We saw Hekla and the one with the unpronounceable name that caused so many international problems a few years ago, Eyjafjallajokull, (Sean, you'll remember thar one!) although we'll see them a lot closer up when we go along the southeast coast. The volcanoes and mountains are still covered in snow, which won't ...
After the horrific start with Jim's at death in Colorado, we are now in Iceland and have to put things behind us, although with this being the day of the Memorial Service, it will be hard. But we had said all our goodbyes, the family were all there, and as there was only one plane a week to Reykjavik, we felt we had to continue. But we did have a special last day when Jimmy and his daughter Savannah took us up to the cabin ...
Today was another big car-travel day. I headed back from my solo journey to meet Samantha in Reykjavik. After one quick stop near the hotel to Kirkjugolf, a columner basalt outcrop, I drove almost nonstop to the city. I got there right around lunch, picked up Samantha at her hotel, and found our bed and breakfast for the night. We ...