Izzie Williams will give an illustrated talk about her travels in Iceland at the Woods Hole Public Library.
Ms. Williams, a retired marine biologist and resident of Woods Hole, drove Iceland’s Ring Road, which makes a complete circuit round the island, with her husband Sandy. Ms. Williams will describe their route and the various planned and unplanned adventures they enjoyed, including hikes, snowmobiling, and boat trips. They explored a lot of the unique geology found in Iceland, including the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, geysers, glaciers, volcanos, caves and waterfalls. She crafted their tour, in conjunction with a car company in Reykjavik which was able to tailor the tour to the couple’s needs, making reservations for hotel rooms and activities around the coast.
The talk is free and open to the public. The audience is asked to use the lower entrance, which is handicapped accessible. For more information, call the Library at 508-548-8961.