Marlo, “practicing” bike riding.
The most important historical site in the Faroe Islands is Kirkjubøur. The churches in the village date from the 11th century and the farmhouse is the longest continually inhabited wooden structure in the world.
The light turned crazy good as we were headed into the the village of Tjørnuvík in the Faroe Islands. These images should illustrate what I’m on about regarding the light.
A mega image post of my day on Suðuroy, the southern-most island in the Faroes.
Remember, this podcast is about being parents. This podcast is not for kids.
The Faroe Islands have waterfalls. Just in case you didn’t know that information.
How Fantastic is Today?
Elapsed Vacation Hours
- Health 92%
- Happiness 99%
- Hard Rocking 10%
- Sleep 7%