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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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Getting excited now!!
... I caught that and managed to change it. I then kept this information to myself for the most part and reading this will be the first some of my fellow travellers hear about it!
Since I had such an early morning I was very sleepy when I called my Mum and the subsequent failed attempts to print off our Monster Truck tickets pretty much did me in for the rest of the morning. Uncle Nigel ...
... smaller. Webbing is then made for the head of the stick, typically of sinew although leather can be used as well.
The game was historically played on a large field with teams of anything from 20 to 200 men, who scored by throwing the ball through a goal. Lacking referees or rules–other than the fact that women couldn’t participate–players were allowed to move the ball with their sticks in any way they could, and, more importantly, to interfere with the ...
I hear puppies!
I woke up to the unmistakable sound of dogs running around, so knew that Fred and Daphne were here! That of course meant that Mik and Aunty Di both have snow days again. Fair enough since there was still a lot of snow on the ground at seven this morning, but it had all melted by lunchtime. Not complaining though since it meant we had a fun day of playing with Mik and the puppies!
... But rather like the character of the Icelanders themselves, there is fire beneath the icy surface. In 1996 and 1998, volcanoes erupted under the ice of Vatnajökull, pushing up new mountains and causing huge melt water floods along the uninhabited south coast.
Land still taking shape
Geologically speaking, Iceland is hardly out of playschool, since it only began to rise from the North Atlantic seabed about 25 million years ago, the product of ...