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October 07, 2015


Kia ora Beth,
So vast and wonderful. Happy to read you could not resist the allure to stop and absorb.

Thanks for the video. It gave a sense of what it must be like to stand there (I guess).
For this kind of landscape I'd endure the cold. I really would! ;-)

Icelandic FAQs. How fast may I drive? Very fast but you'll have to guess where you're going.

New addition to Slender Volumes series(Great Belgian Humourists, Hitler's Table Talk, Berlusconi on Marriage, etc): Iceland's Architectural Triumphs.

I can't compare it to any landscape I've ever seen. Unless I go there, I'll have to imagine the scale, I guess.

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