"We are two hours away from the Reykjavik, when we roll to a stop at the front gates of Thorvaldseyri farm. It’s off of the national road on the eastern part of the island. There’s a well-worn parking area where about 30 people are gathered. Some carry cameras and video records, others binoculars. A few have tiny glass vials that they’ll later fill with the very fine, midnight black volcanic ash. We’re about 9 kilometers from the actual eruption, and the ash looks like a puffy white cloud, except it is black, and moving fast."
Christine McConville i Global Post om ett besök vid Eyjafjallajökull.