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Iceland’s Ancient Ways…. Shelter

When the vikings first arrived in Iceland back in the 9th century, they discovered a coarse yet manageable new world ripe for the picking, uninhabited but for a few Gaelic monks on the southern coast.  This strange, rugged land was worthy of conquering and survival over their scandinavian homeland stricken with civil strife and running… Continue reading Iceland’s Ancient Ways…. Shelter