Tuva, Siberia, and Moscow - elkins
While staying with neutrino physicists in Siberia on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, there was no running water. So, no toilets, no showers...the physicists don't shower at all for two months, so we didn't for the five days we were here either. We got all our water from a small hole in the ice, which usually had to be broken apart with a spear each morning after it froze again.  March 2014.

While staying with neutrino physicists in Siberia on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, there was no running water. So, no toilets, no showers...the physicists don't shower at all for two months, so we didn't for the five days we were here either. We got all our water from a small hole in the ice, which usually had to be broken apart with a spear each morning after it froze again. March 2014.