Oh the things that Chris does to make me smile/laugh – I love him for it! At some point he might have asked me not to post this photo, but I can’t remember for sure so we’ll just see how long he lets me keep it here.
This image was taken at the Skógar Folk Museum in southern Iceland inside a tiny schoolhouse that originally stood in the town of Mýrdalur in 1901. It was moved to the museum and reconstructed there in 1999 among a collection of other original buildings. Of note: the scale of the furnishings and the building itself! With the low ceilings and the tiny seats we felt like giants! The museum is well worth a visit if you’re traveling the Ring Road, especially if you need a rainy day activity. You’ll get to see and tour turf farmhouses and other fascinating examples of Icelandic architecture.