The last time I went to London was 13 years ago and, I had planned to go with a friend, Amy Sheldon. We selected a mutually agreeable date, booked our flights, and were all set to go. On the morning of the departure I got into the car and turned on my radio. It was September 11, 2001. When I pick ’em, I really pick ’em.
So, once more into the breach! I no longer can handle time zones well. So this time we are making a side trip: one day in Reykjavik in Iceland. I am writing this from the Liefur Erikson Hotel, where a gigantic bronze of the hero is practically peering in through my window. We spent the day on a bus tour of the nearby countryside. I don’t dare insert too many photos, but here is a geyser pool, at the Geysir that gave all these phenomena their name. And, a spectacular waterfall, the Gullfoss. It is only about 50 degrees here and blowing a stiff wind, perhaps 20mph, so it is COLD! A fine change after the Eastern Seaboard. Tomorrow, London!