Life in the Finnish outback, in addition to clear disadvantages, has a lot of benefits that are not obvious at first glance. Well, because things that seem incredibly exotic for a resident of the capital are becoming everyday for the average inhabitant of a small Finnish town.
For example, such as our Karelian Joensuu. At first I was very skeptical about the idea of dog sledding. It seemed that the poor, thin dogs should massively protest against such arbitrariness because of the evil owners, who make them pull vile and very heavy tourists in sledge.
However, in reality, the “dogs” showed crazy zeal, they barked, whined, snapped only in order to take a place in the dogsled.
And then with some incredible diligence, without enforcement from the owners, they rushed across the snowy plain as a monolithic shaggy arrow, сonquering the snow kilometers of the icy desert with incredible speed …