10 Fourteen Days in Taiga of Kola Peninsula

Fourteen Days in Taiga of Kola Peninsula

Posted on October 30, 2014 by tim

The people in this posting had to take two plane flights and then spend four hours in the car to get there. Why anyone would do this? Let’s see the photos and get the answer. Like the first photo of caviar that was probably in a fish just a few minutes before this photo was taken.

This posting is huge, over one hundred photos, but let’s put it just on three pages for pure enjoyment.

This is a bukhanka, a Russian SUV van that is a 40 or 50 year old model, and it is still running and being manufactured.

After arriving they started assembling a catamaran.

All is ready, lets sail.

Freshly made.

Brusnika or cowberry.

Lots of blueberries on the shores.

Sushi. Made with fresh caviar and something else.

They call this drink “HEALTH”. It is boiled cowberry juice, sugar and spirits (not even vodka).

Look at those chopsticks.

Sometimes they had to carry the catamaran because of shallow waters.


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10 Responses to “Fourteen Days in Taiga of Kola Peninsula”

  1. Grant says:

    this is Si lovely, wish I could be there.

    Alas, I live downunder, and we don’t have such scenery.

    Ours is different, not better or worse.

    But for the different skies, the caviar, yes, I’d like that.

  2. Clarrington says:

    Russians know how to live. Good air, fresh food, fresh drink. I’d like to be there.

  3. szkandi says:

    awesome !

  4. Eduardo says:


  5. Rob Normann says:

    Awesome. Please invite me for the next year trip :)

  6. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Looks like fun, at least for a one-shot deal. Eat caviar to your heart’s desire, and just enjoy the quiet of the north woods.

  7. john says:

    nice fish , and a awesome place

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