FAROE FRIDAY: MEDICATION VACATION
The holidays are coming, and that means that news of all sorts is drying up. So it is with the Faroes. But a google search did produce the following story, and I actually managed to find a photo that is surprisingly applicable. That's right, this foggy image you see above is actually tied into this week's story.
This week's Faroe photo is another from Arne List's collection. It's of a small village called Gásadalur. According to a Danish website, Gásadalur has a rock inhabited by dwarfs. Once one supposedly threw a very sharp knife at a man. This was actually considered a good thing, because the knife could cut through anything, no matter how sharp. Certainly that could come in handy at some point.
Labels: Faroe Islands