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Postby ieheg2 » Sat Mar 27, 2010 5:16 am

Hello, everybody.
I have added a new photo album of their town. Photos of my family.
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Postby Cliffmeister2000 » Sat Mar 27, 2010 8:58 am

Welcome, Sergey! From sunny Phoenix, Arizona! (We have no snow here). I love your photographs! :thumbsup:
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Postby Dean in Eureka, CA » Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:18 am

ieheg2 wrote:We have a short summer in Siberia, but 5 months you can relax in nature.
I want to build a Teardrop for what would extend the season to rest for some time. When the heat during the day but cold at night, we can sleep in a warm Teardrop. I do not know yet what type of heater to use? If I'm in the woods there is no electricity.
Sincerely Sergei.

Sergei,
Welcome To Our Forum!!! :thumbsup:
Atwood makes a nice little furnace that uses propane and some folks here, in the colder climates, use a heated mattress pad powered by elctricity from the battery, but you'd be surprized at how just body heat keeps you warm in such a small space...
Dare I say you may not need a heater, even in Siberia???
Be sure to allow for ventilation, so you get enough oxygen while sleeping.
Nice photo album you've got going there, great looking family. You're very fortunate to still have your Dad...
Spend plenty of time reading the wealth of information here, before starting your build. :thumbsup:
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Postby IndyTom » Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:51 am

Sergei,

Welcome! It is wonderful having you here. About 10 years ago, my wife and I spent 2 weeks in Russia and we loved it there. We visited Chelyabinsk and Ulyanovsk as well as Moscow. My wife still talks about how much she enjoyed the pelmeni that was prepared for us there.

I saw a lot of beautiful country that would make for wonderful camping while we were there. I look forward to seeing many of your pictures. Especially of western Siberia. I miss it and would love to return for a visit some day.

Tom
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My build thread:http://tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=36226

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Postby Classic Finn » Sat Mar 27, 2010 12:36 pm

ieheg2 wrote:Hello from Russia ...
My name is Sergey. I live in Russia, Western Siberia, the city of Tomsk.
I am very glad that the Internet helps all people on earth to communicate.
Just talk about his hobby and not think about the politics of our countries.
It's good when you have friends in all the earth. In all the countries.
Since my childhood I love everything to do with his hands.
I'm very glad I found this site, I learned about the Teardrop and want to build for themselves, too, with his hands. I have a son and a daughter. When I build a Teardrop my daughter go on a trip.
If you want to know how I live in Russia - ask me, I'm sure you'll answer.
With respect to all forum participants.
Thank you.
Sergey.
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Welcome Sergei & Family and Greetings from neighboring Finland.
Its nice to have you here with us. Ive always had an interest to come fishing in Siberia as well as visit the Nenet People and do a documental program on the nature and culture.

The Nenets people are an indigenous tribe that have long survived in this region

According to the latest census in 2002, there are 41,302 Nenets in the Russian Federation, most of them living in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Nenets Autonomous Okrug. They speak the either the Tundra or Forest varieties of Nenets.


Also another reason our interest in Siberia is the origin of the Samoyed Dog.

[color=blue]The Samoyed dog (usually pronounced /ˈsæmÉ™jÉ›d/, SAM-É™-yed[1][2]; Russian: СамоедÑ
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Postby kerryd » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:17 pm

Hello Sergey , Great looking Family ! Man the world is getting smaller by the day . Maybe save the world one teardrop at a time .Love the snow plow! Good work. Politics ? Not much different here in the states. Good luck with your tear . Kerry
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Postby Roly Nelson » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:50 pm

Sergey, welcome to the best teardrop and tiny trailer forum in the world. Wow, thanks for the fine pictures of the area where you live. Those of us here in the States, have little idea what Russia may look like, especially in the rural areas. Perhaps you will be hearing from one of our old forum friends who lives in Finland. He has built a beautiful teardrop trailer and I am sure he would be happy to share some of his ideas with someone who probably lives just across the border.

I must say, you sure can communicate well in English. How did you learn to do it so well? Speaking a foriegn language is a challange, but writing and reading it is another matter. I know, I have relatives in Sweden. Good for you, making a wooden snow plow. It it's wood, it's got to be good. Have fun building your teardrop. Perhaps you can tell us how you got interested, and if you have ever seen a real teardrop up close.

Do take pictures as your build progresses. We sure love pictures. Again, thanks for joining us, and I hope you will post regularly.

Roly, an old woody teardropper in So Calif, USA. (when your teardrop is finished, you are invited to spend some time with me, and I can assure you there won't be any snow...........ever!)
See the little 1/2 Nelson Woody constructions pics at: http://gages-56.com/roly.html
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Re: ieheg2

Postby ieheg2 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 6:11 am

I am pleased to again welcome all the participants of the forum!
:D
Unfortunately, our life is not always possible to do what we want...
I wanted to build a Teardrop, but the law does not allow the Russian traffic police to register ...
Can be constructed, but you can not drive on the road ...
:cry:
But I love to travel!
:relaxing:
I am not a big business, I sell on line products for pets ...
Very much I love dogs. For my money, buy food for dogs who are not owners
that would feed them ...
For my business I bought in 2010 a small bus that would transport cargo,
but later changed its methods of work and the bus left without a job ... My daughter and I decided to remake it into a motor home for travel. I'm building for a year ...
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Postby ieheg2 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 6:14 am

Information from the forum section Tiny Trailers Teardrops Travel helps me a lot ...
I only have a small space in the car, as in the Teardrop, so I Use construction methods Tiny Travel Trailers ...
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Now, I built a lot...
I have a lot of pictures ...
:pictures:
I want to tell you how I build my house on wheels, but it is not a trailer,
so I asked permission from the administration of the forum ...
Unfortunately I have not yet received a response ...
:(
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Postby ieheg2 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 6:34 am

This 3-D animation of my camper ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxV-x4ezc-w
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Postby Cliffmeister2000 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 5:07 pm

'Very nice camper! Sorry you could not build a teardrop! :cry:
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Postby parnold » Sun Aug 05, 2012 5:17 pm

Sergey:

We would be very happy to see you build your camper van! It looks like a very interesting design.

Get to work! :thumbsup:

Your pictures are beautiful too.
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Postby ieheg2 » Sun Aug 12, 2012 5:23 am

The board administrator unfortunately not answered my question ...
I would like to create a topic with pictures and comments as I was building a house on wheels ...
I would like to ask our advice on certain issues in my building ...
:thinking:
Uploaded on YouTube 2 video slide shows ...
How I built a house on wheels ...
Here, in the first part: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2KFKm2xkAQ&feature=plcp
Here, in the second part: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=177unqGfZz0&feature=plcp
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Postby ieheg2 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:22 am

Hello!
This is the third part of the structure:
:D
[youtube] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy0hbYTfnFc [/youtube]
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Postby parnold » Sat Jan 18, 2014 10:04 am

Sergey:

Thank you for sharing your work. You have come so far and it looks fantastic! I can't wait to see the finished product. Do you have a first trip planned yet?

Paul
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