Signing off from Reykavik

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6 Responses to Signing off from Reykavik

  1. Paula Coughlan says:

    Wow…Hi TA. I am so curious about how Rekyavik must look.
    They have leaves on the trees already. We are starting to have leaves on the trees also..in NL.
    Are they influenced by the Gulf Stream.
    Thanks again for sharing your expedition with us.
    paula…..Holy Trinity Elem.

    • TA Loeffler says:

      Temps here are likely close to home. Snow on nearby mountains but things are starting to grow here. Lots of daylight. I really like Iceland.

      • Paula Coughlan says:

        Hi
        I think I like Iceland a lot from what I can find and watch about it on the Internet.
        Some of the landscape is similar to NL.
        Welcome back home TA and Congratulations again on a successful expedition.

      • TA Loeffler says:

        Iceland and Newfoundland are very similar in many ways in both landscape and outlook. You’d like it I’m sure. I got home early this morning and I am unpacking, sorting through photos, and finding it very hot.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi T. A,
    Nathan says he would really like to go on an expedition with you some day. Our class is wondering when you are coming home to Newfoundland? The weather is great here, but its getting hot in the classroom. Take care, hope to see you again. C. Kennedy and Grade 5 at St. Teresa’s

    • TA Loeffler says:

      Hi to St. Teresa’s Grade Fives! I just got home early this morning. I too am finding it quite hot here since I was on a glacier and in the white and and cold on Monday! I’d love to go on an expedition with Nathan and other NL children! It was a great expedition and I appreciated having your class along! I’m trying to sort through lots of photographs today. I took over 600.

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