Viking Women

Freydis and Gudrid


so my ancestor in the story is Gudrid.

when I was in the 7th grade, I lived next door to 2 girls who were from Eric the Red’s clan, although I think from the other brother. Not Leif…..


so the older Feydris and Gudrid 70’s book is the more action oriented version

and the modern Eiriksdottir is more about the 2 women in relationship to each other, rather than as the 2 main managers of their respective groups.

I think this might be the only family story were we came out on top.

Every other relative is on the loser side of history.

Haruldur… looking you at you, hastings pudding puff.

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12 Responses to Viking Women

  1. dykewriter says:

    I think this is the only time my family ever came out on the non-fuzzy end of the lollipop.

    but it’s fun to annoy all the Mayflower people and point out

    I am a direct decent of the first Caucasian born in the new world

    already occupied by people from China and Siberia and the pan asian world who walked over the bering straight or came in the original wave of boat people

    to become the indigenous peoples of north to south americas


  2. dykewriter says:

    being a viking raider was just a summer job to get the men out from under foot until the harvest season. seriously.

    people were afraid of the wrong part of the population


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