rock out to the apparatus
Same deal, with the pictures now and words later, hopefully.
One of the things that amused me in Alaska, Yukon, and Northwest territories, at similar latitude as Rekyavik, was the orientation of satellite dishes. See our Alaska Highway journal, on jeeptrek.com, if you haven’t yet. There’s an example on the blue house in the photo of Tuktoyaktuk, (”home” of world famous Tuk U.) That’s at the 69th parallel.
Posted 14 Aug 2005 at 5:26 pm ¶
Atomic Bombshell wrote:
What fun adventures!
Posted 14 Aug 2005 at 11:39 pm ¶
Okay, I am a such a geek — I recognize that Hand from The Amazing Race.
Posted 15 Aug 2005 at 3:22 pm ¶
I didn’t notice the satellite dishes in Iceland, oddly enough – I blame the jet lag, I guess.
The Amazing Race is geeky? Maybe I should blog less and watch TV more.
Posted 15 Aug 2005 at 3:29 pm ¶
Well, The Amazing Race is definitely worth watching. (Though I must admit the next season, though not the one after it, is families rather than pairs, and I can’t decide whether it’s likely to work or not. They just have to keep messing with perfection… *sigh*)
Posted 15 Aug 2005 at 6:09 pm ¶
That hand coming out of the water scares me.
Posted 17 Aug 2005 at 5:18 pm ¶
I canÂ´t see any pictures here….Where are they???
Posted 28 Jun 2006 at 1:55 pm ¶
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