Iceland is a fortunate country loaded with fascinating natural sources. Maybe not oil, diamonds, gold or valuable minerals, but almost endless resources of water. There is cold water, clean water, rivers and lakes. There are also vast underground fresh water streams that float out to the ocean every hour of the day. Iceland also has warm water and boiling water in the ground that we use to heat our homes. Water is everywhere and probably the most valuable resources that we have. A report was put to gather on our water supplies a few years back. One of the conclusions was remarkable; Iceland can actually with little effort meet the annual water demand of North America. But, of course, the transportation issue was not resolved in that report.