posted on Apr, 19 2010 @ 03:45 PM
Airports are again running in Britain, Germany, France, Belgium, Norway and Sweden. But flights are still cancelled to Denmark.
Following wind changes, the capital Reykjavík (where I live) is now in danger for ash. If it starts to "snow" ash here then the schools will be
closed in safety of the children and we have to monitor our water supplies really well.
The highway under Eyjafjallajökull has been opened but police warn people that much ash is there and really windy.
Many people have decided to take the ship Norræna to Europe tomorrow and not trust the airplanes. But to do that they have to drive across Iceland to
Seyðisfjörður and it can be a really long drive if you can't go the short cut road under Eyjafjallajökull, we are talking about maybe 14 hour
drive and then 3 days in a ship.
Eyjafjallajökull is still blowing, does not show any signs of stopping.
Katla and Hekla show no signs of waking up.
Laki has a lot of tremors and experts are monitoring that area.
Will keep you posted!