We looked out the frosted window and views of crystal blue seas, mesmerizing glaciers, and sky-scraping mountain tops covered by a cloud of fog met our widening eyes. Our little cabin provided a view well worth remembering.
Dad rested as mom and I climbed up the gravel pathway to breakfast. The cold nipping at our heels made us walk a little faster, but not before snapping to take a few pictures.
Together, we all ventured out to the glaciers where a boat tour was a must. The cold fresh water springing up on our faces as we came close to these hauntingly beautiful blue/white giants enhanced the surreal nature of our surroundings.
With no less than 4 shirts, 3 pairs of pants, 2 pairs of both socks and gloves, and 1 oversized jacket, I’ve never felt more like an oompa loompa in my life.
But the feeling of a stuffed chicken was worth every last stuffing as I held a piece of 600-1000 year old ice as clear as crystal.
They even chipped of small pieces for us to try! Iceland, nor any country, would be quite as complete without a little orange and blue as we let out a War Eagle thousands of miles away from home!
War Eagle and Good Night from the Behel Family!
Blessings to all y’all!
~Kens and crew