En route to Reykjavik

At Logan Airport in Boston, waiting for the 2:35 PM flight to Reykjavik. With the four hour time change, the flight will arrive around midnight tonight. En route I hope the flight follows the same path it took when I flew this way in 2007, flying directly over southern Greenland with a view from 35,000 feet of the fjords explored by the Norse a thousand years ago. This time I made sure to get a window seat and have a video camera ready in case we get the same view. The flight from Philly to Boston had excellent views over the ports of New York, Providence, and Boston, and I hope for the same over the ancient Norse port of Herjolfsnes, which was excavated by the archaeologist Poul Norlund nearly a century ago.

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