Put the last of our Turkish vinegar in the heater and heated it a little. Hopefully it'll clean up the lime from inside of the boiler and where ever else it sticks.
I walked out and took photos of fungi.
John took photos of this dinghy and I changed into bathers and had a quick dip. It just looked so inviting
I have now swum in the deepest and largest body of fresh water (unfrozen).
A local church of a different design
At Ulan-Ude we revisited the glass repair guy and his neighbor made a bracket to hold ec’s right hand skirt back on.
Then we went back to the public water and filled up again.
We then visited the cathedral.
Obviously prams are not welcome in the church.....
it was upstairs with a church shop below.
Off south stopping at a big supermarket to stock up. Bought some chicken wings for dinner and some more pork chops for the freezer and a cooked chook for lunch.
The square chunks of beef wrapped in glad wrap were not so inviting after google translate indicated that it was pig liver. The meat appears to be band sawed when frozen.So not sure what "cut" I am buying.
Out of town towards Mongolia. We stopped at a road stall, two ladies sitting at a fold up table with their freshly grown vegies. They live in a near by village.
Marrows, spuds,carrots, cabbage, cauliflowers, tomatoes(red and green), onions and spring onions.
It all looked great so bought some spuds, tomatoes and some carrots. They would not cut the cauli for me instead they gave it. I took it back to EC and cut one of the flowers off then returned it to them. It was far to big for the fridge or for us to eat.
Camped by a river that had so many mossies that even John refused to get out!. Though he did a bit later to take a camp photo.
334km Camp site 537m alt.