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Eastfjords

sunny 69 °F
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There are 109 fjords in Iceland. Fjord: a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs, typically formed by submergence of a glaciated valley. Today we wound our way around a few of them in the East. Here's what many of the fjord towns look like.

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First, though, here is our cozy camper bed & the view from our camper this morning!

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Shopping for snacks & lunch with the cute kiddie cart. Look at that fancy pig in a blanket (& a delicious pizza pastry).

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As we pulled into our last town to use the swimming pool, we noticed yet another colorful "pillow" in the park, so we had to check it out. It's a huge bouncy without the house!

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Posted by WorldTravl 21:31 Archived in Iceland Tagged swimming lunch camper iceland fjord bounce

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Love tge pig in a blanket . I guess tgey don’t worry about law suits with that giant bouncy blob .😊

by Sherry Norberg

When I saw 109 at the top of your blog, I thought that was the temperature for the day. LOL That mini mini mart cart is hilarious! That is a great tool for portion control! Bounce bounce like a Tigger! Enjoy!

by Arlene Yalcin

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