I'm too claustrophobic to attempt a lava cave, and I don't like the cold, so an ice cave is definitely out of the question. Norris toured both without me. It turned out they were both cold, and ice was in both of them! Good thing I didn't go. Norris can't stomach the waves, so I … Continue reading Norris in the Caves, Becky on the Waves
Seeing nature the first two days in Iceland was a nice break after the hustle in New York City. The waterfalls we saw were massive and easily accessible. The top picture is compared to Niagra Falls for force and volume and it is two tiered. The next pictures are a waterfall that had a … Continue reading Iceland Waterfalls
Standing in Þingvellir Iceland where North America plate meets Eurasian plate. Iceland is the only place in the world where this rift is above sea-level, and nowhere can you see the edges of both plates as clearly as in Þingvellir. Church in the park built 1944 Becky keeps us on schedule using the local … Continue reading Þingvellir National Park – Where You Walk Between Two Continents
Just being out of Sacramento gives a certain element of being in a different culture. And certainly being on the opposite shore of the states in the huge city of New York is unnerving. The language is English but we still have to read carefully and pay attention to where we're going. Which is really … Continue reading First miles eastbound
Becky grew up in a church where they lit fireworks in the church parking lot every Independence Day. She spoke to the new pastor and got all the old gang together to help her celebrate July 4 before we leave the states this week.
I saw the sign at bed bath and beyond and thought it just might fit the sentiment of our blog. -----Norris