Filed under: Chuckles, History & Culture
The Faeroes are interesting to me for a strange reason – they were a major part of my book, with your truly having never gone there. And having never gone there, the research took a long time to get it more natural.
Still not sure if any valley exists like the one I described on the west side but one can only hope.
Amazing pictures. Were there forests when the Norse settled it, or is this as they saw it?
Haven’t a clue – not sure Chuckles does either. Shall read up.
No forests in the Faroes – nor Shetland, nor Orkney nor Lewis nor Harris.
Dear me – that’s not a lot of fun. How do they build their ships?
Fetch from Norway, probably, or Britain or Ireland. The Greenland Vikings used to fetch from Labrador.
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