Nothing compares to the early mornings in Iceland. Taking the dogs into the ever-changing colours of nature and pure air. Today the Lupine flower is in full blossom but in 2 weeks it will be gone again. From Iceland with love.
Beautiful spring evening in Iceland. Heading out in the pure nature with all the furry bottoms along with the kids. Spending time together is one of the greatest gifts families can give to one another. Not only does quality time strengthen and build family bonds, but it also provides a sense of belonging and security for everyone in the family.
We did start in a beautiful sunny weather but half the way we got a heavy snowfall. We did so many amazing journeys together this season. Iceland does have so many things to offer.
Finally we can say that spring is upon us and sun and warmer air is gusting from the southern hemisphere. We can leave the parkas at home now as the sun and warmer winds are blowing the last snow away in southern Iceland. Spring is finally here and we love it.
Everyday we try to take the dogs out for a run in the nature. Really hope that spring will be upon us soon.
We always have to go and walk the dogs as we like to call it. We let them run free above our small town in Iceland Still we have quite a lot of snow above our house and we love to go out and play. Its fun seeing them all together running and playing without much conflicts !
They will be 2 year old 2020. Kul and Kaldi along with Frosti those 3 siblings from Krapi their father and mother Perla.
Here are few photos from our journey to the North of Iceland. Our team crossing the frozen lake Myvatn. We left Reykjavik the day before March 5. Drove 6.5 hours to the North with 9 huskies. We arrived at our accommodation just around 9pm in the evening quite tired after the drive. Tara and Alla along with Olga and Karl
Polar arrived finally from Russia after nearly 7 months preparation. He is totally white and by-eyed. Polar is little shy still, its a working progress getting him to adjust to all the new and exiting things around him at home.
Thin Ice is now running at Ruv the Icelandic channel 1. This was a project of few weeks during last winter 2018. Film location with Freri and Hrima for the episodes Thin Ice. All of our dogs were used and all of them were coloured in dark colours to make them looking dirty. This was all filmed in the West