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Man keeps vigil for Siberia's Labynkyr Devil

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« Reply #15 on: November 05, 2016, 10:43:37 pm »

Andrey pictured with a rare visitor. Picture: Ykt.ru

'Every day I wake up 6 am. Before the lake froze, I used to either swim or had a cold water bucket; now I rub myself with snow.

'About 7am I have breakfast and go to chop wood.

'The sun rises about 8am and around lunch time I go and check fishing nets, then walk around the lake and try to climb mountains.

'This is my way to bring some kind of diversity into the day. Every day I walk about five or seven kilometres, not far.

'Every day I write a bit to add to my book, and also keep a daily log of water level and air temperature.'

How does he keep warm? Andrey was gifted a kukhlyanka  - a coat typical for people in northeastern Siberia, made from two layers or either reindeer, or dog, or marine animal skin.

Andrey walked from Tomtor to lake Labynkyr; the journey took him 10 days. Picture: The Siberian Times

Andrey Solovyev keeps a lonely all-winter vigil at Lake Labynkyr in search of the legendary Labynkyr
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