The Three Sheep Problem.

Most farms in Iceland (at least those visible from the "1") seem to consist of a very large farm house, three newish 4x4s, a quad bike, three very expensive looking tractors and four large machines to cut, ted, bale and wrap grass into those nice white bales.

Oh, I nearly forgot, four or five small fields and a few sheep. In other countries sheep live in large flocks, in Iceland they go round in threes. No more no less.

Stephen Stewart.

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