4 Life At Lake Baikal

Life At Lake Baikal

Posted on August 22, 2014 by team

What kind of life is there on the Buryat shore of lake Baikal? Small villages, wooden houses, boats and sledges waiting for winter time. Talkative and friendly people who never hurry and who can handle fishing tackle much better than cellphones or computers. Most of them are Russian. How do they make their living? By hunting, fishing, logging, selling stuff to tourists and renting houses to them.

The lives of people who live close to the lake and of those who live in Transbaikal, in valleys and taiga villages are pretty much different from each other. Life at the lake seems to be somehow richer.

A fishing net is everything for them.


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4 Responses to “Life At Lake Baikal”

  1. Erik Johnson says:

    Thank You for the look and the comments ….
    super !

  2. Mister Twister says:

    Holy shish, that is the exact model of bicycle I used to have!

  3. tsapai says:

    For single cell unit, no need for more.

  4. Gregabob says:

    The engine on the tire in the first pic on page 4 is a Detroit Diesel–wonder how it got there?

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