It was misty and there was condensation on the tent.
This consists of a number of buildings: old farmhouses, many of them with turf walls, a reconstructed church and schoolhouse, a large modern building housing the folk exhibits, and a brand new Technology and Transport Museum. Þordur Tomasson, the curator who inspired the museum, is still going strong, and he performed for us on one of the little organs, singing along, and on a dulcimer.
A few of the many interesting items included Halldor Laxness' copy of Njal's Saga, a case of puzzles, a complete fishing boat, some stuffed animals, and an exhibition on the history of Iceland's power system.
Then it was back to Skógafoss to start our hike. After a discussion with some other campers there, we decided to go all the way to Þórsmörk, rather than going up to Fimmvorðuháls Pass and back. You can see the start of the track on the right of the photo above.
[Alternative spellings: Skogar, Skogafoss, Thorsmork, Fimmvorduhals]