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My wife and I spent a week in eastern Iceland, near Egilsstaðir. In our travels in the area around Egilsstaðir, we drove around Lagarfljót a number of times.
The area is beautiful and quiet - easy to "connect" with nature here. Just a lovely place...More
1 Thessaloniansテサロニケ人への第一の手紙 2:5
For neither at any time used we flattering words, as ye know, nor a cloke of covetousness;
God is witness:なぜなら、あなたがたが知っているとおり、わたしたちはどんな時にも、
For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly;
and by good words...More
We drove around the lake from Egilsstaddir calling in at points of interest on the way. It is a pleasant drive with little traffic. The softer inland water makes an interesting contrast to some of the grander landscape seen elsewhere. No sign of the Wyrm....More
The river and the string of lakes that makes up Lagarfljot is one of Iceland's biggest watercourses and a large water catchment area of 53 square kilometers and a depth of 51 meters average.The locaols claim it contauins a serpentine monster called the Lagarfljoyt Wyrm...More
Beautifull scenery af a long lake near the town of Egilsstadir. The east side is planted with pine trees, with al lot of scatered chalets. It looks al little like Austria or Switzerland.
The west side is more rough , grassland and rocks. The hike...More
No luck seeing the monster, the water was calm and the surroundings so quiet and beautiful that you felt like you should just loose track of time and live for a while. Take time and stay there for a while if at all possible.