Irkutsk Guestbook


I will be visiting Moscow, Irkutsk and Khaytha from July 1 to July 22, 2000. I want to visit with the many friends I made when I came to the Irkusk Region in 1998. In 1998, I came with a group of FFA students from Marion, IA, Larry Schroeder, Lynn Scheer and Dennis Selness, the FF Advisor from Linnmar High School in Marion, Iowa, USA. I plan to return with Dennis, Larry, Susan Minger, Victor Klopenstein, and Barbara Blemmer.
Joe Rosa <joerosa08@yahoo.com>
Anamosa, IA USA - Wednesday, June 21, 2000 at 19:20:57
Hi, I am native Irkutyanian, live and work in USA for many years, would like to find my old friends,from school or Techer Training University. I was hoping to find Yellow pages thing, or some email addresses but could not. when this fiture will be available on Russian site? If you will reccomend me how to find my long-lost friends, I will really appreciate it. Thanks. Marina
Marina Montague <Mairna8699@aol.com>
San-Francisco, CA USA - Monday, June 19, 2000 at 21:23:09
Hi, I am native Irkutyanian, live and work in USA for many years, would like to find my old friends,from school or Techer Training University. I was hoping to find Yellow pages thing, or some email addresses but could not. when this fiture will be available on Russian site? If you will reccomend me how to find my long-lost friends, I will really appreciate it. Thanks. Marina
Marina Montague <Mairna8699@aol.com>
San-Francisco, CA USA - Monday, June 19, 2000 at 21:22:13
Finding your page was a pleasant surprise. I was actually looking for tax revolt information. I was surprised at your gold output. This is good news for me too. You see many American citizens want to have real money and not that Federal Reserve paper. So we started printing gold and silver backed currency. We hope the Russian people will not be so foolish as we were and accept credit money, we now are held responcible to pay back three times more than all the assets and property our country owns. This is because of credit money. So many of us have acted to create silver and gold backed currency. Check out "Norfed" on your webb crawlers. Free the world from corporate domination.
Dennis B. Peters <dbpeters@tscnet.com>
Bremerton, WA 98312 - Sunday, April 30, 2000 at 21:00:56
Finding your page was a pleasant surprise. I was actually looking for tax revolt information. I was surprised at your gold output. This is good news for me too. You see many American citizens want to have real money and not that Federal Reserve paper. So we started printing gold and silver backed currency. We hope the Russian people will not be so foolish as we were and accept credit money, we now are held responcible to pay back three times more than all the assets and property our country owns. This is because of credit money. So many of us have acted to create silver and gold backed currency. Check out "Norfed" on your webb crawlers. Free the world from corporate domination.
Dennis B. Peters <dbpeters@tscnet.com>
Bremerton, WA 98312 - Sunday, April 30, 2000 at 21:00:53
So often when I come across a website about a city, there is lots of information that is not included. As a totally blind person, one of the big things that always interests me about an exotic location, is to hear a sample of the local radio stations. So I was absolutely delighted to discover not only the Irkutsk radio station ID, but that interview about Siberia with the British gentleman that went there. I also found the Siberian folk songs very interesting as well! You have also included weather and climate information which is of great interest to me. Clearly, you have put a great deal of time, effort and labor into the construction of this website. I don't think there's any information missing about the city of Irkutsk from this site. It is truly amazing. Unfortunately though because I am blind and use a speech program for surfing the net, I cannot use chat programs. So I hope someone from Irkutsk can e-mail me if they know English because I would like to learn about how the people of Irkutsk spend their days and what they do for recreation especially during the winter. This is truly a great site. It should be called, "Everything you wanted to know about Urkutsk, but didn't think you should ask!" Great job. Now, there is another city in Siberia called Yakutsk, but maybe that's not the proper spelling. It may be Jakutsk. I am curious to know what the northernmost major town in Siberia is. I have a particular interest in far northern places such as Franz Joseph Land. Anyway, I am very very impressed with the site. There's something for everyone here, and even though I'm blind, I'm going to take the virtual tour of Irkutsk just to see how my speech handles it.
Sam Ward <samward54@hotmail.com>
Georgetown, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, April 26, 2000 at 12:40:06
Hello im tinking aboute to come to Irkutsk Bajkallake for fishing and relaxing ifb some girl 28-35 invite me for 2 weeks if so i invite her to sweden for 2 weeks. Stig
Stig Wikstrm <dtek5@dorotea.se>
dorotea, sweden - Wednesday, April 26, 2000 at 02:42:33
I really like this website! It's very surpising how modern this far away Siberian city, which i will visit this summer, is. This site gives me a good impression of Irkutsk, better than other (European) websites, because it gives a lot of non-touristic information, like the latest news, organisations, media etc. When i visit this site, it's like being in Irkutsk. My compliments!
Chanoeck <chanoeck@hotmail.com>
Netherlands - Sunday, April 23, 2000 at 08:17:56
I wish everybody celebrate the Easter holiday with hapyness in your heart.
Safia <spaciba@excite.com>
Alexandria, Egypt - Saturday, April 22, 2000 at 20:12:12
I can't believe this web page! One of the simpliest and the best I've ever seen! I'm very surprised with what I saw ,course my pict about Siberia was completely different. Irkutsk is a great place really! Perhaps some day I'll visit it. Well, saluts to all Irkutsk people from the very oposite side of Slavic world-Croatia on Adriatic sea.
Roko <roko@imago.hr>
Zagreb, Croatia - Monday, April 17, 2000 at 08:29:01
As we were saying in our past entry......... No non-british players were lined up by the league's teams until 1915. That year, David Islas, a highly skilled local boy, was granted the right of wearing Pachuca's blue and white halves shirt and is believed to have been the first ever Mexican footballer. Our club were a respected, even feared power in those amateur days but found it extremely difficult to live up with expectations, as the league entered the professional status in the mid forties. Tuzos had to fight for survival during long seasons in the lower division and were relegated twice in the past decade, after short lived spells in the top fly. Last term, as a newly promoted side, Tuzos were as usual tipped by the media to be struggling to merely avoid the drop. Our local heroes pulled instead a string of outstanding performances to beat much more fashionable opposition and win a play-off that had to be decided on the golden goal rule. One could hardly describe how Pachuca's whole population went crazy with wild exultation, as our team's skipper lifted the champions trophy we had been dreaming of for so many years! Keep doing well, Zvezda! We look forward to establishing close contacts with football clubs from all over the world and you are on the top of our list. We expect to hear soon from our Siberian friends. They could perhaps send us a greeting card for our jubileum, which is around the corner. Arriba el Zvezda de Irkutsk!
Club de Futbol Pachuca Tuzos A.C. <tuzos@tuzos .com>
Pachuca , Hidalgo Mxico - Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 23:02:08
Privet Irkutsk! We were actually looking for a link to your football club Zvezda but couldn't find the right one. Could somebody please be so nice to tell them that we left a message on the city's guestbook? We don't want of course leave your page without writing a comment about it: We no longer belong to those people who think of Siberia as being a remote huge frozen desert, although we read Jules Verne's and Stephens & Carter's books in our youth. We reckon Siberia is a large territory rich in natural resources where people must work harder than in most regions of the world, to cope with the extreme climatical conditions. We also know Siberian people are generous and friendly. We say Privet! to all Siberians, especially those living in the Irkutsk Oblast and wish them all the best, whether they support Zvezda or not! Our message to Zvezda: Privet Zvezda! Hola Amigos! It's a pity we were unable to find your web site, so we still know very little about your club structures and projects to offer a healthy life alternative to the youth of the Irkutsk Oblast. Please let us know how Zvezda can be contacted. Allow us please to introduce ourselves: Tuzos Pachuca are Mexico's oldest sport club in existence and our country's current champs. It all began 100 years ago as Pachca Athletic Club, as the entity was originally named, was founded by British subjects who were involved in some engineering projects in this mining district (about one hour drive from Mexico City). These gentlemen devoted many of their idle hours to play the marvelous game followed by the amazed glances of a curious local crowd. No non-british players were lined up by the league's teams until 1915. That year, David Islas, a highly skilled local boy, was granted the right of wearing Pachuca's blue and
Club de Futbol Pachuca Tuzos A.C. <tuzos@tuzos .com>
Pachuca , Hidalgo Mxico - Sunday, April 16, 2000 at 22:54:53
I am researching my family history. My great uncle George Pitts was posted to Siberia in less than ideal circumstances duringthe period 1917-1919. All I have is a copy of his diary which mentions travelling on the Trans Siberian railway and I would like to link him in some small way to the events in Omsk in 1919 when he was sent home in rather a hurry (possibly wounded or seriously ill). I am delighted to find a history page as there is very little written about this area. Thank you.
Linda Neilson <lneilson@ukonline.co.uk>
Manchester, UK - Saturday, April 15, 2000 at 17:47:18
Hie every body! What a such interesting web site. Weel I have planed to come in Irkoutsk, from July2000 to the end of September2000. I am going to do a training period down the limnological institute. I am looking for any contact in Irtkoutsk, or even simple information (cheap accomodation, travel agency, advises...). So please, do not hesitate to contact me at pascal_coulon@yahoo.com. Dasvidania y spaciba... Pascal
Coulon Pascal <pascal_coulon@yahoo.com>
Beaune, France - Saturday, April 15, 2000 at 10:29:29
I love you + your socialist nation. I know the capitalists of the west are threatening to toss 1,000+ hydrogen bombs in the Baikal Sea. They will sink to bottom + detonate later at same instant. World turned upside down! A Gromyko, a hero of mine, was right -- the world is ending. But do not fear. With the methane gas + diamond discovery your nation made even before the war started at Severomorsk, we shall build heaven on earth over the crystallized seas. I tell all I meet of the war. But i am met with dis-belief. In God's good time, I know you shall teach them.
Donald F. Moore <www@aolcccccc.com>
Findlay, OH USA - Monday, April 10, 2000 at 23:59:21
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Toronto, On Canada - Monday, April 10, 2000 at 17:42:02
Viele Gre aus Reutlingen Mfg Uwe H.
Uwe Hansen <Hansen-Reutlingen@t-online.de>
Reutlingen, Deutschland - Thursday, April 6, 2000 at 11:05:56
I had the possibility to visit Irkutsk and the Bajkal region in the last 11 jears more than 40 times often coming from Mongolia. I find the Bajkal region is one of the most beautiful region in the world. I hope I can continue to do trips to Irkutsk.
Arthur W.Rohner <rohnerart@freesurf.ch>
Switzerland - Thursday, March 30, 2000 at 13:16:23
I was born in Irkutsk and lived there for 21 years. And people i can say that Irkutsk is the greatest place a ever been . And i've been around . Hope to visit it again sometimes . Thank you .
Arthur <Boomboy@aol.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Wednesday, March 29, 2000 at 20:05:48
Hi,I have visited Irkutsk in April 1999 and enjoyed the city very much. I have fond memories of the Lake Baikal and the city itself. I have had the pleasure of meeting and entertaining a pretty young lady from your city, Natasha Galetkina, here in my home and showing her Niagara Falls and the sights of Toronto. I hope to visit your city again and renew my friendship with her and others I have met in Irkutsk.
Brad Sanderson <bmsanderson@home.com>
Dundas, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 20:59:32
Enjoyed your site. My husband's mother Iliana Jaludsky and her father Constantine and mother Apollonaria Erefeyva, (not sure of spelling), were born in Irkutsk and emigrated to Seattle and later NY around 1921. It was interesting to see where they originated from. I sometimes wonder if there were any other members of their family who remained there, but records are rather sketchy.
Blaise and Gregory Nicholsky <BaiseN1@AOL.com>
Kernersville, NC USA - Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 20:55:03
hi i finished my education from irkutsk technical university 1995,i miss irkutsk and her people you was very kind and lovely,
alaa makki <alaamakki@yahoo.com>
Beirut, Beirut Lebanon - Tuesday, March 28, 2000 at 07:09:50
Born in Genoa, Italy, in 1960, as a boy I decided to become a doctor watching (and later reading) the siberian landscape in Pasternak's Dr Zivago. Today, from Cuneo, beautiful city in the Alps where I live and work as a Public Health and Hygiene specialist, I greet Irkutsk (and its beautiful www pictures), pearl on the trans-siberian railroad. Lorenzo
Lorenzo Orione <orionelgmm@jumpy.it>
Cuneo, Italy - Saturday, March 25, 2000 at 15:16:26
I would like to visit your fair city but don't know exactly how. I would like to receive e-mails on who, what, where, when and how to visit from here in California (preferably with a group or partner who has been there or speaks some Russian). My email is loved@dog.com.
George Gilmore <loved@dog.com>
San Francisco, California U.S.A. - Thursday, March 23, 2000 at 04:18:29
Great site! I was in Irkutsk for the summers of 1997, 1998. The pictures bring back so many memories. I can't wait to come back and visit again! Hello to all of my friends in c. Kharyoty and Zima, Irkutskaya Oblast! Miss you all, and hope to be back soon!
Wendy <wapline@unity.ncsu.edu>
Raleigh, NC USA - Saturday, March 18, 2000 at 11:46:03
i'll see you guys in august!!!
josh <tocamos@aol.com>
endicott, ny united states - Thursday, March 16, 2000 at 08:15:49
Enjoyed learning about Irkutsk. We have someone working for John Deere from Irkutsk that I met and wanted to find information. I would like to be in contact with your Rotary Club Representative. Please forward mey address. Thanks
David Savoie <qualityequipment@akool.com>
Crowley, LA USA - Wednesday, March 15, 2000 at 08:08:27
Great site, a lot of information for trip planning.
Mark
Germany - Saturday, March 11, 2000 at 10:48:14
I know it sounds crazy, but I am planning to make a long journey by using car from Germany to Brasil. For sure this is not possible to fullfill in just a few days, but I need all kind of usefull information for this tour. It is now in the very begining of the planning. The plan is to travel via Irkutzk to the Bering Street and then Alaska, Pan American Highway to the south. Looking forward for comments Thanks Harry
Harry <Harml@aol.com>
Germany - Saturday, March 4, 2000 at 09:47:52
one of my many dreams is to visit irkutsk-krasnoyarsk and a small city near by yenisey river (ZOTINO) YA DUMAIOU STO MIA HMIA ZOTOS PRESSEOL OT ETO MECTO,NE ZNAIOU KAK....... YA HOTSU HA BUDUSEE VREMIA CMOGU LETET6 TBOH DOROGHE MECTA
costia zotos <dizotti@hotmail.com -dizzoti@X-treme.gr>
glyfada, athens greece - Wednesday, March 1, 2000 at 12:16:02
i visit your site very much,and i hope i can visit in the next time your wonderful country.please klick my site!
friedrich morawetz <friedrich.morawetz@chello.at>
wr.neustadt, austria - Wednesday, March 1, 2000 at 09:32:12
I am very interested in this most beautiful area of Siberia and one day I intend to visit. I would be very grateful if someone could point me in the direction about historical information as to the landowning families that used to live in the Irkutsk area in Tsarist times, before the Russian REvolution. Any information would be most gratefully recieved and warmly appreciated. Many thanks, William
William <raven@seamagick.com>
United Kingdom - Monday, February 28, 2000 at 20:21:39
I am very interested in this most beautiful area of Siberia and one day I intend to visit. I would be very grateful if someone could point me in the direction about historical information as to the landowning families that used to live in the Irkutsk area in Tsarist times, before the Russian REvolution. Any information would be most gratefully recieved and warmly appreciated. Many thanks, William
William
United Kingdom - Monday, February 28, 2000 at 20:21:04
I am looking for persons having east siberian laikas. Just for buying a good bearhunting dog, anyway dog for hunting big game! I have already some dogs of the breed but I need new blood for breeding!
Alpo Kaltiokumupu <a_kaltiokumpu@hotmail.com>
Finland - Monday, February 28, 2000 at 13:30:05
Great page. Im looking for a russian female that wants to help me start up trekking/diving tours in your beautiful country..
niel <deepdiver@lite.dk>
Denmark - Monday, February 28, 2000 at 12:59:02
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Vladimir <vladvolodin@aol.com>
Baltimore, Maryland USA - Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 22:17:12
Just a test
Fedor Babanine <fed1212@yahoo.ccom>
Irkutsk, Russia - Sunday, February 20, 2000 at 22:44:56

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