Time for summer vacations! Crazy and wonderful Russian/Siberian pastimes

Just in time for summer vacations! Thought you’d all like!

New RT documentary, entitled: ‘My Crazy Russian Vlog: Weird & Wonderful Siberian Pastimes’

Where can you take to the snowy slopes in a bikini? Welcome to Russia! RT Doc’s Peter Scott explores some of the craziest things to do in Russia: from festivals on snowy mountains to a smash room ready to be destroyed. Nothing gets in the way of his madcap fun, not even a broken leg.


And here is another one! ‘Russian Daredevils: Adrenaline Rush On Top Of The World’

Meet young people who spend their free time climbing construction sites and towers and ignoring safety ropes – all in search of adrenaline. The higher they get, the better they feel. Their videos on YouTube get millions of views, horrifying parents and relatives while inspiring peers. They are called urban climbers, and they may be looking down on you.

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Posted on June 6, 2016, in Russia and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Mare Island is located in the northern part of San Francisco Bay and it used to be a naval shipyard. I was stationed there in the 1970’s with my family. This is a historical snippet about the Mare Island Cemetery with a Russian flavor:

    “…In addition to Japanese, Chinese, Irish, and other nationalities represented in the graveyard, two Russians sailors serving on the Lena died while their ship was at Mare Island undergoing repairs during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905.

    “Toward the front of the cemetery lie six other Russian sailors, who died during the Civil War era. They’d served on the Bogatyr, flagship of Admiral A.A. Popov’s Pacific Squadron, which visited the Bay Area at the invitation of President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. Lincoln was seeking international support to counter the French and British fleets gathering
    behind the Confederacy.

    “While the Russians were in San Francisco, fire broke out in the Financial District. The six Russian sailors died fighting the blaze. The original markers, paid for by their shipmates, were probably wooden crosses. The US Navy purchased more permanent markers for them in the 19th century, but those had become illegible over the years. The Mare Island Cemetery made the news in April 2011 after the Russian Consulate voluntarily replaced the worn headstones of the Russian sextet with granite crosses copied from the crew of the Lena.

    “Unfortunately, because the cemetery is a National Historical Landmark, it is illegal to change it in any way. While the Russian Consul-General had applied for the appropriate permits, they had not been signed by the time the replacement work was done. The director of the nonprofit Mare Island Heritage Trust, Myrna Hayes, pushed for criminal charges to be filed against the Russian Consulate for vandalism. Apparently an uneasy peace has been reached, because the new monuments continue to stand…”

    SOURCE: Marine Corps League Detachment 010, June 2016 Newsletter


    • Yeah, that’s the West for you.
      Just shaking my head. Shameful, what else can be said.

      Thanks for sharing, dear Paleo.



    • Maintaining the memory and keeping the monuments in good shape is vandalism (?!), while in Poland, demolishing the WWII monuments is perfectly fine.


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