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... It was very disappointing to miss going ashore. Heimaey is home to a large Puffin colony and has the largest Gannet and Guillemot colony on Iceland. We would have seen these on the Island tour. We also sailed past Surtsey, an island born of a volcanic eruption in 1963. Already vegetation is visible. We kept a look out for whales, Orcas and dolphins and we were rewarded with some Orca sightings. So it was a day and a half at sea heading for The Shetlands. It was goodk to relax and ...
... of it. There was another family in the house having coffee too, with a beautiful little baby, maybe a year and a half old. The baby was dressed in a little red Icelandic jumper layered over a wollen sweater. Absolutely adorable.
Tomorrow we venture into the OTHER half of the West Fjords. The forecast says snow, snow, snow. I'm nervous but Travis is confident so my knight in shining armor will lead the way.
... and Þingeyri.
From Þingeyri to Isafjordur, the roads were PAVED. What a relief! North of Þingeyri, we were on the lookout for the botanical garden which was mentioned in one sentence in our guidebook. The botanical garden was located in Skrúður...or the name of the garden is Skrúður? I can't really tell, but anyway it is not easy to find if you only go by the guidebook and you won't find it on a map. To get to Skrúður, you ...
... These sheep out here are not nearly as skittish as the ones we have seen in the past. Most of the mama's will actually pose for the camera for a few moments. They also like to cross the road a lot more out here to, I'm guessing because there's less traffice.
I think the highlight of our day was the coffee and waffle turf house we came upon. It really appeared to be just another ...
... and cleaned the utter and it attached itself and started milking. It can sense when there is no more milk coming out so it detaches itself automatically to avoid harming the cow. Then the cow leaves and the machine cleans itself and the next cow comes in and it all starts over again. We walked around and saw little sheep ruining around, and baby calves in pens and more baby sheep laying with their mothers. It was nice. We then drove through the town and saw the ...