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... hills...with its curving hills of mossy green lava stones...with its countless waterfalls of every height and shape you can imagine...with its sheer towering cliffs...with its white clouds of steam raising from numerous hot springs...and - how could words describe a million shades of green color?...
And then there were cute and fluffy Icelandic sheep everywhere - white, black, tan, grey, ...
... actually - according to Snorri - Hekla is overdue for another eruption...major eruptions of Hekla happen roughly every 10 years: 1970, 1980 and 1981, 1990, 2000...and since it's 2015 now, Hekla is 15 years overdue!...although I am glad the long overdue eruption didn't happen while we were happily riding in the super-jeep around the base of the ...
... Got petrol (side note, our dodge ram drinks petrol with a serious thirst!) Had a look around an ice wear outlet, and went to the vinbudin. These government owned outlets are the only place to buy alcohol, except in bars and restaurants. Other places can sell very weak beer (2.25%). They have very limited opening hours , 4-6 pm Mon to Fri is typical! We bought some beers and a box of ...
... A simpler duck then we have here in Ketchikan but this is our tour ride!
Pic 30 - Glacier Lagoon
Pic 31 - Glacier Lagoon
Pic 32 - Glacier Lagoon
Pic 33 - Glacier Lagoon
Tammy and I at the water's edge!
Pic 34 - Ducks Away
That's Lee, Tim, Dar, and Elaine.
Pic 35 - In the Lagoon
These icebergs are floating everywhere! Only ten percent of them shows. This one is dirty from all the ...
... Either way, he put it in overdrive! At this point, I remembered something they told us at the commercial riding place we went first. The guide there said that if the horse ever took off, we should pull one side of the reins, and get him to go in a circle and that would stop him. I pulled hard to the left where the sand looked like it might make for a softer landing, just in case, and sure enough he turns and slows down so I get control back.
Once we all get ...