When we left off at the end of Day 13, we were in the middle of a gale force rain storm. But luckily Day 14 dawned with the skies clearing, and the sun trying to poke out. We were excited for a nicer day, at least for most of it since it was supposed to start raining again late in … Read More
When we left off at the end of Day 12, we had finally found a campground to stay at in the middle of a wicked storm. It was pouring rain, and the wind was positively howling, which always means it’s going to be hard to sleep when you’re not sure whether or not you might actually tip over inside your … Read More
When we left off at the end of Day 11, we had finally found my lost phone in the most unlikely spot possible, and we were on the road to the next location. As we drove along in the dark, the storm that had been threatening for hours finally hit. The rain and wind gusted as we searched in the … Read More
When we left off at the end of Day 10, we had just made it out of the east side of Dettifoss waterfall, and finally found a place to sleep for a few hours. Bright and early the next day we were out of bed and time lapsing from a spot near the west side of Dettifoss.
When we left off at the end of Day 9, we were driving out of a wicked storm that was hitting the East Fjords. Luckily as we moved inland, the rain and wind died down a bit. After what seemed like driving forever, we finally found a place to pull over and sleep for a few hours.
Following on the action packed heels of Day 8 Part 1 & Part 2, we decided to take Day 9 a little more slowly. This decision to slow down was also out of necessity because we needed to off load all our camera cards on to a external hard drive. It’s hard to find any time to keep up with … Read More
When we left off in the first part of Day 8, we were headed towards the famous Vestrahorn mountains to try and catch a sunset, (pictured above). We arrived in the late afternoon flat out exhausted from a lack of food, coffee, and sleep. Never the less, when in Iceland… you just go and go, and go some more because … Read More
We left off at the end of Day 7 having climbed a mountain, and then driven in the dark to the famous Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. We were also really hoping the clouds might clear so we’d be able to see the aurora that was predicted. When we finally arrived after a seriously long day, we were dismayed to find the … Read More
We last left off the night of Day 6 having finally found a place to sleep. Unfortunately the weather didn’t cooperate with our plans to make dinner, so we just went to sleep instead. The next morning dawned with beautiful weather, and the wind had finally calmed down.
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