Ristarhlið before getting to Hvammstangi. Some cars driving over the Ristarhlið producing different sounds.
slowly driving over the Ristarhlið on the way back from Grettislaug on the gravel road 748. Gettislaug is a really nice natural bath – really at the end of nowhere. They already got a nice campsite there. Sorry, lots of wind on the recording.
quite a lot cars going over that Ristarhlið with a nice resonance frequency. This one is located in the a geo-thermal around Mývatn on road 1 where 863 is heading to near Kaftla.
a Ristarhlið in a lava field (hraun) west from Reykjahlíð / Mývatn
Here again you can hear the scratching breaks of our old Saab. This Ristarhlið can be found between Vogar and Reykjahlíð. If you get there, got off in Vogar and have break in “the cowshed“. really good food and lovely people.
this one also got a nice resonance frequency. not sure about the exact place, but its on road 1 on the way to Mývatn (close to a N1 gasstation) when coming from Akureyri.
two drive-overs: one slow and you can hear the scratching noise of the Saabs breaks, the second another faster car. on road 85 right after Húsavík before crossing Skjálfandafljót.
Right before a really nice guesthouse Refsstaður II near Vopnafjörður. Visit Cathy and have really nice stay there. http://www.underthemountain.is
this Ristarhlið before Máná (on road 85) got a nice resonance frequency. the first drive-over is the old saab. recorded right before the Mánárbakki Museum, which we did not see. This sounds interesting: “Mánárbakki Museum. The folk museum at Mánárbakki is a unique museum of things from…” (taken from http://www.diamondcircle.is/manarbakki). It just stopps here!
nice gravel road, the old saab and a deep rumbling Ristarhlið Ristarhlið on road 85 before Þórshöfn