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Thank you so much Eugenia – thank you for taking the time to stop by!
Really? This was on the way to the corner store. I’ll be darn. Those pointers look like deadly weapon. Awesome!
Not the corner store but it was on the way to the “big” grocery store, 30 to 40 minutes away… depending on weather, sheep and of course, the odd reindeer!
No Rudolph, darn
No, but by gosh they were tasty beasts, dee-lish!
They must have a way of cooking to remove the gamey taste and smell.
We cooked it at home semi-regularly, doing nothing we wouldn’t do to beef and there was never a hint of gamey-flavour. The children actually preferred it to beef!
Yes, they are very tasty. Member of family haunts.
Are you there this week?
This title is simply a magnet together with the photo. Super creative.
I wish Lucile! Thank you, this was taken when we lived in East-Iceland 10 years ago.
You’re welcome, Joanne. How wonderful to have lived there. I am planning to go there at the end of September for one week. Maybe we catch the northern lights.
Would you recommend this time of the year to go there or rather another one?
How exciting Lucile – I’d go back in a heartbeat. Anytime you are in Iceland is a good time to visit I’d say! Personally, if I *had* to pick a time of the year, I’d say February and June – February as the snow really highlighted the volcano craters in the centre of Iceland (driving was a white-knuckle though due to ice on the roads) and June for the wildflowers. We lived in East Iceland, which is a little different to the West Coast. Where are you planning to visit?
It’s very exciting, Joanne. We always wanted to go there, and now we are making serious plans.
My husband was suggesting to go from west to east, stopping in different places to visit and then back in 7-10 days.
There is lots to visit but my dream is to see the Northern lights.
Thank you so much for replying and for the information.
It’s going to be wonderful. Just remember thermals and a VERY good wind jacket. The wind, no matter the season, can cut through you like a surgical knife. Good luck with the Northern Lights! xx
Such a beautiful photograph…. And the title is hilarious… Love it all 😀 xxoo
Thank you so much Aquileana for your kind words and for taking the time to visit. Wishing you blue skies and sunshine! x
I think I would have completely forgotten about groceries — what a sight!
There was incentive… the town where we did our “big” shop also had the only cappuccino machine within miles (there wasn’t one in our village)!
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