Don't worry about the cold, nunny
: I've rounded up warm clothing for everyone! Let's start off with underwear. (Notice I didn't put a comma after "start" in that last sentence.)Cashmere/lamb's-wool underwear, made in Iceland
Next, some nice warm socks:Wool socks, made in Iceland
The next, logical, part is problematic: Apparently nobody wears trousers in Iceland. At least there's no finding "trousers made in Iceland" on the inter-net. So, until we figure out what they do wear, here's a picture of a gal in a somewhat-warmer climate â€” who's wearing trousers of the jeans variety.Your friend and mine, Britney Spears
Moving right along, let's think about sweaters. Here's a button-front cardigan:Wool cardigan sweater, made in Iceland
Or, if you prefer, here's a pull-over sweater:Woolen pull-over sweater, made in Iceland
How about footwear? Here are some boots:Felt boots, made in Iceland
Depending upon the weather, you might want a coat. Here are three kinds:Woolen pull-over coats with hoods, made in IcelandWoolen coats, made in IcelandWoolen coat, made in Iceland
You might want a hat, too.Wool hat, made in Iceland
A scarf might be nice as well.Wool scarf, made in Iceland
And don't forget to wear your mittens!Woolen mittens, made in Iceland
Now we've got all that covered, so to speak (except for the trousers part), here's the deal on transportation. Some of us can go in my little Trabant:
But whomever wishes, can go on horseback. Here come the horses now!
These Icelandic horses don't mind cold weather, as you can see here:
Our guides are quite good with the horses, so there's no need to worry.
BjÃ¶rk will be coming along with us, bringing a friend.
And I think we're going to meet this fellow: