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Main / Expeditions / The Olenyok river 2000

The Olenyok river 2000

The third expedition of the series “5000 kilometres on my own”, which closed the route crossing Srednesibirskoe tableland. I got back to the settlement Olenyok in 2000, where I finished the expedition of the last year. I couldn’t give up the rest 1500 kilometres of the river bringing its waters to the Laptev sea. This river made me wonder several times. Last time in waiting of a boat from the settlement I found refuge in the house of a Yakut granny. Next year I came across she in Moscow underground a week before going to Yakutiya for continuation of the route. At that moment I held a magazine with the article of last year expedition. Naturally I presented it to the ambassadress of faraway Olenyok. This time everything was more usual. I lived alone with the river, moved along with it, took photos of everything that looked like interesting and exciting. Vibrations inside me took dictation of the powerful river’s vibrations. They came to resonance and sometimes I felt it physically, hearing strange hum of different volume from nowhere. In one and a half months I got to the mouth of the Laptev sea. There were two weather stations on my way. They gave me meetings with people. The rest of the route I have only one partner in going to the seaside – it was the river. On the other hand dears and wolves didn’t impress me by their number. You can read about this travel in the article “The Olenyok river”.

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