Yesterday morning I had a short walk with my Yakut laika puppy, Ogonyok. Weather was not extremely cold in Russia’s Siberian city of Yakutsk. A little bit foggy and with -40C/-40F. Take a look at below pictures.
No navigation on rivers in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in winter. All waterways are frozen till next April. Next navigation will start in June and last through September.
A view of the Yakutsk city river port that is actually not seen in the mist.
Nevertheless, -40C was cold for our two-month Yakut laika puppy, Ogonyok. That morning he was shivering, as he forgot what cold weather was. Now he lives in a heated apartment. Not good. Need to get him out daily.
A heat and power plant in Yakutsk. This plant gives heating to a big part of Yakutsk. With reliable heating system, we may not be afraid of any extreme cold weather.
To see winter photographs in large, click thumbnails below:
By the way, more photographs of Ogonyok from that cold winter walk in Yakutsk (Siberia/Russia) at SiberianHuskies.co