A group of young Russian men cut a huge hunk of ice from the River Don and used it as a makeshift raft. Not only this, but they transformed it into a party zone, complete with a campfire…and bath. One of the revellers, Bogdan Korzhenevsky, says he and his 15 friends meet for the ritual every year.
Footage shows them cutting the ice with chainsaws – this year two broke – before making a fire and heating water for the bath. They also enjoy some wakeboarding behind a boat. Korzhenevsky says the picnic lasts an entire day, during which the ice usually breaks up into several parts – but this doesn’t stop the party.
“People say we’re a bad example for the youth. This is true. But at the same time, personally, I was inspired by some videos on sports, tourism, and other activities. So it is more a matter of perception. If you mindlessly repeat things, it can end badly, but if you find some inspiration in this, go away from a computer, and leave the house, it’s fine,” he said.
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