0 Morning In the Yurt

Morning In the Yurt

Posted on August 14, 2013 by team


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It is very beautiful in steppe of Altai, but life there is not easy at all. Right now you may join local shepherds and meet morning in the steppe.

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These people are very hospitable. Four persons live in one yurt. Carpets are used by them for the intended purpose – to make the yurt warmer.

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There is a solar battery in the urt, TV set is powered by storage batteries but we doubt it shows something in this steppe. There are a shelf with shampoo bottles, curtains and a stove. Masters live here for the whole season while the cattle is grazing, and then they go back to the village.

They say that a yurt can be dismantled for twenty minutes but it seems to be impossible. How much time can it additionally take to take all the things out of the yurt?

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Melted butter.

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Melted butter is kept not only on the shelves but under the beds too.

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Means of transportation.

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Pressed dung used as fuel.

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How long would you stand to be there?

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But sunsets are really beautiful over the steppe!

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Mouse hare.

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Beauty salon “Charm” in the local village.

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Houses in the village.

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What is this hole for?

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More dung.

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“All smuggled goods were left at home!”

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Pasturing sheep.

via sergeydolya

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