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... down and perhaps one of the few times we have had what I think is beef the whole time we are here. Time to hit the road! We are tourists and we have a mission to see all we can after all. I shot a few pictures out the window as we rolled down the highway to occupy my time and enjoy the views.
Our next stop comes when we reach Glacier Lagoon, which from the shore is unbelievable. Here fresh water meets salt-water and mixes in the lagoon chock full of ...
... the day is to see a secluded canyon that promises to be great. This ride should be about two to three hours long and mostly flat. To get to the canyon, we have to cross a deep river, the deepest we have had to deal with yet but we are going! My horse stumbled a bit going across and I thought I was going in the water. Luckily, I grabbed hold of his mane and the front of the saddle to stay on. We made it into the canyon and man was it worth the ride. We took a ...
... behind was not a bad thing at all. One other embankment, I did not think through and was not prepared when my horse went down one side. I was not leaning back and before I knew it, I was wide eyed looking straight down at the ground over the horse’s head. I thought for sure I was going down but my horse immediately started up the other side and I recovered, barely!
After the third stop, we are pretty close to Thorsmork, thank God. We are beat from this ...
... br> Geri
Pic 12 - Our First ride at Skalakot
Monica and Tim.
Pic 13 - Our First ride at Skalakot
Pic 14 - Headed for the Beach
Just following Tammy's lead to the beach.
Pic 15 - The Black Sand Beach
Yea! We made it to the beach.
Pic 16 - The Black Sand Beach
This beach is beautiful but the wind is serious business. It is blowing so hard, it's like being in a sand storm.
Pic 17 - Tammy, Tim, ...
... was absolutely delicious. It's meeting the people, enjoying their homes and their culture, and in this case, their animals too! Icelandic ponies await my visit tonight.
Tomorrow is the first leg of our longest distance over the Icelandic highlands. Jon said we could expect glaciers, lobster, an amazing national park, and some of what he believes are the most beautiful parts of the country. What?! ALL of it is amazing!! We LOVE Iceland!