I would like some information about the modern day 'Viking Games' I am not sure what else to call it but 're-enactment games' I have found a web site, but it does not give me a lot of info.
I would like to know how it works - is it a society? is it in all towns, or only one group - and do the group go visiting other areas. Are they 'serious' about promoting what they are doing, or is it just for fun, - boys being boys I don't know really how to put that, and I don't think that is exactly what I mean. I am not saying they have aggressive death wishes, or an ambition to fight each other I am wondering if it is all about promoting the way of the for- fathers, and keeping that 'time' alive.
I have been to Gasir in the North/East, and I know they are really serious about what they are trying to achieve, and have a 'market place' to promote that early way of life. fantastic place. I think I have been to most of the re-enactment sites, and areas, in Iceland, the Faroes, Norway,Sweden, and Denmark. However it is Iceland and the Faroes I am after mostly.
Can any of you experts/locals please help?