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Old 04-23-2013, 02:01 PM
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The road was on a fishing trip full of danger. Forbidden to ekspluotatsii ice crossing over the river, icy mountain passes and deep snow in the Siberian Taiga. But that is exactly what must be real men.

On a visit to the Bigfoot Part 1

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Excellent.
I just can't imagine such hardships, but I understand!
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A good video Vladimir.

I have looked on Google Earth at the very remote areas of northern Russia Siberia more than once and wondered what it looked like. Now i know. Thank you.
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Very nice work on the video, congrats!
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Hello Valdimir,

Very beautiful, it all looks very familiar to me. Even the Ski Doo is the same as what we use here to reach our winter home. I have been back into civilization almost 4 weeks now and it was good to see the pictures of frozen lands like I left behind.

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I guess I can no longer complain about having to drive 70 miles of interstate to go fishing.
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I guess I can no longer complain about having to drive 70 miles of interstate to go fishing.
Nah, Interstate travel is pretty easy going. Some of the places I hike to trout & grayling fish require a machete, for real. I miss the old days of being able to park and fish, believe me.
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