Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Møre og Romsdal, Norway
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Fly over Iceland landscapes, in particular volcanoes but also other moutains as well as cliffs, icelands and glaciers and of course waterwalls. Please make photos of me on places I visit.
He would love to see Askja, Laki, Herdubreidur, Vatnajökull, Seljalandsfoss, Kerlingafjall, Keilir, Isafjördur, Snæfellsjökull, Dyrholaey, Thorsmörk and many other iconic places and of course Kirkjufell.
In fact, his first real experience of natures drama was on Kirkjufell. Yes, on the top. Kirkjukfell by Grundarfjördur. The real one. But he would love to get there once again.
Even before that he was on the prominent basalt plug at Vadalfjoll by Bjarkalundur. Later he has been tigether with his owner on Krafla, Grábrók, half way upon Eyjafjallajökull, on Háalda (a mountain in Landmannalaugar), and Mælifell, He was at the northerrnost place on Iceland, Rifstangi, and he has watched Dettifoss, Skogarfoss, Hengifoss, Gullfoss and Gluggafoss and several other waterrfalls, and been to Markafjotgljufur and Kolugljufur and Ofærufoss in Eldgjá,and visited Thingvellir and Strokkur and Jökulsarlon and two other lóns, and was left at one of the most exciting place at all: The new lava i Holuhraun.
Can you give him some more excitement?
About This Item
Ptero is a flying aminal, I mean faming alimn, eh. fymil ani... I give up. He's a pterodactylys quezalcoatlus interbreed.
Such kind on alimans ... eh... are said to be extinct, but Ptero does not know so he keeps on flying. As long as he stays in caches and is not seen by Mugglers, he is completely OK. But to be observed flying when you are extinct can be a bit embarrasing, and we don't want do that to him. Do we?
He grew up in Sykkylven, a small town south of Ålesund (Norway) surrounded by very alpine mountains, so he is used to rugged landscapes. So don't worry, he will manage well. Even in the mountains during a long winter.
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