Iceland, 1988 “The Palomino Lies!”
- Pam Lee
- Mike Carroll
- Kim Poor
- Dennis Davidson
- Bill Hartmann (w/wife Gail, daughter Amy & friend)
- Tom Hunt
- David A. Hardy
- Kelly Beatty
- Kara Szathmary
- Ron Miller
- Beth Avary
- Joel Hagen
- Marilynn Flynn
- Mark Hamel
- Brian Sullivan
- Lee Battaglia
- Susan Lawson-Bell
- Alexei Leonov
- Alexsandr Petrov
- Anatoly Veselov
- Yuri Orlov
- Tagrul Naramanbekov
- Georgiy Poplavsky
- Ivan Lubennikov
- Vyachislav Davidov
- Josef Minsky
- Petr Kovalev
Glaciers and Craters. (Or, Ice and Fire.) From the Myvatn area it is possible to fly in a light aircraft over the glaciers and volcanoes — highly recommended!
Mount Krafla. It is worth climbing up to the crater of Mt Krafla, where there is a ‘solfatara’ or thermal area of bubbling mudpots and steaming lakes. Not far away is the more accessible thermal area of Namaskard.
At Landmannalaugar we stayed in communal wooden huts. You can bathe in a thermal stream (we did in 1988, at midnight — it never gets dark in summer), surounded by these rhyolite mountains.
Ofaerufoss, where a natural bridge spans two waterfalls. Probably no analogues on other planets – but it’s very pretty, and who knows?
At Geysir (from which the name ‘geyser’ originally came) you will see Strokkur erupt every few minutes, as here — and may be lucky enough to see Geysir itself.
Dr William K (Bill) Hartmann at Viti (meaning ‘Hell’) crater.
Kim Poor and the late Jozsef Minsky at Myvatn
Kelly Beatty making a face on the bus
Dennis Davidson among the basalt
Kara, Anatoly Veselov, Brian Sullivan, Kim Poor at the hostel
Kim, Ron Miller, Pam Lee, at the hut in Landmannalaugar
Group exploring Thingvellir area
Godafoss (God’s Falls)
Lava bombs in Lake Myvatn
Geysir erupting, with suds
Kara takes the high point at Thingvellir