In the Orenburg Region, there is a ranch which looks like a set of a Western. The owner of all that is Oleg, 48, a local Russian Indian.
What a nice and peaceful living. I also ride horses and in future I try to aim my life to point shown in this article. I definitely want to visit them (when I improve my russian speaking).
Ummm….smoke always goes up (thats for the comment “pipe is designed in such a way that smoke always goes up”)
What tribe of Indian is he supposed to be then? I am 1/4 Cherokee but this guy is not wearing any type of traditional style dress worn by any Native Tribe in the US.
He looks more like a frontiersman than any native.Also many tribes did make use of horses which came from Europeans.True they did not do sports with them but natives did make use of them.
That is not a piece pipe either not ever close.
Guys, you should check and write an article about this guy http://indenai.lt/EN/
He is not from Russia but from Lithuania, however, he is much more into indian culture than Oleg!
It seems Gojko Mitic was enormously popular in USSR and Ostblock, but I do not remember a single movie with him. What I remember is Pierre Brice as Vinnetou and Lex Barker as Old Shatterhand
Indians living with their traditional life style is non-existent in modern day America. The only glimpse of their past is in museums.
I am glad he is able to live as he does. He needs to get in touch with the Lakota tribe and learn that indians can and do enjoy horses.
They were the finest light cavalry in the world and survived to fight another day by avoiding battle with superior numbers. Best likened to plains guerilla fighters, they depended on surprise and speed, rather than on brute strength. It was this tradition translated into rationale that convinced the army leadership that holding the Lakota to fight after once finding them (they seemed to have an uncanny knack of melting away before battle could be joined) would be the difficulty. (On The Rosebud)http://www.military.com/forums/0,15240,86190,00.html
“Orenburg is OK”
I came here expecting to see pictures of Putin stuffing a ballot box and all I get is some Russian who thinks he knows what it takes to be a Texas cowboy.
You’re embarrassing our state.
Hey texas1 where is Nicholas II
he loves what he does which is good,, be yourself and enjoy life
It’s good that he and his wife care for horses, but his “Indian” lifestyle is not authentic. No American Indian ever had a recurve bow like his and Indians didn’t have saddles or stirrups.
But, it’s harmless fun, and it looks like he can afford to do whatever he likes.
That’s called freedom.
Indian??? Were is the man’s tribal casino and hazards waste dump???
Being 1/2 Lakota, I find this amusing. Saddles, recurved bows, and that type of pipe are no means Native American. I have met many Europeans traveling to my reservation for our powwows. Usually from Scandinavia. Rosebud Reservation is a beautiful place, but with a broken spirit.
These photos look familiar. I’m absolutely certain i’ve read about Oleg before, most likely here on English Russia.
He looks like a very interesting man, with a passion for life.
Unfortunately, his romanticized version of the N. American Indians has little to do with reality.
I live in Western Canada and there are lots of Cree, Sarcee, and Blackfoot people here. Many of them live in poverty and are struggling to have a decent life.
Gojko Mitic was enormously popular in USSR and Ostblock filmtitle : “Chingachgook die grosse schlange” DEFA film of GDR (east germany)these films the are created of history of indians nativs and not of phantasy by west film:-((
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