My husband and I spent two incredible weeks in May/June 2017 driving the ring road of Iceland. We started and ended in the capitol city of Reykjavik. Along the way, we stayed in the bed and breakfasts of local farmers. This means that in several cases we stayed on horse and sheep farms, which was so great to see these beautiful animals up close and personal. And on two occasions I purchased hand-knitted wool sweaters from either the farmer’s wife or a friend who lived down the road. We wanted to experience Iceland with the locals and attempt to stay away from the high traffic touristy areas. I have split these last two photo sets in two, just to make it easier for you to view them. These are a potpourri of various things we saw along the way. Be sure to view Part I, Horses of Iceland and Waterfalls of Iceland sets as well. And, if you are thinking about going to Iceland, feel free to ask me any questions you may have. I highly recommend the travel group called #HeyIceland. We worked closely with them to plan our 13 nights in Iceland and to organize our stays along the ring road. It was a trip of a lifetime, and we continue to reflect back on the memories and great things we saw and experienced.