|Picture of Lake Khovskul displayed at the Murun airport|
|Painting at the Provincial Museum in Murun|
|The title is grammatical correct - in the Mongolian language|
|Reindeer Statue in Murun|
|Painting of Tsaatan people displayed at the Provincial Museum|
|Modern reindeer people|
|Painting of a reindeer herdsman in Khovskul Provincial Museum|
|Parade at opening ceremony|
|The Tsaatans lead the parade|
|Family fixing food for visitors|
|Sandals and other items|
|Row of venders hoping for a big day|
|He has the "Chinggis Khan" look|
There was an opening ceremony with pageantry and a song and dance program.
|Opening act - a Shaman Dance|
|Performers in Khazak traditional dress|
|Deer and pony show|
|Away from the hubbub|
|This is how its done|
|Deer browsing during the race|
|Onlookers at reindeer race|
Only two of the five racers finished the course and one of those was after we left.
The highlight was when two Tsaatan children, ages about 7 and 5, couldn't take it any longer and ran to the other end of the course to rescue their reindeer from any more ill-treatment from a tourist.
|Taking control of the situation|
|Our unhappy camper agreed to pose for us - barely|
|The eagle dance|
|The Mongolians are true hardcore wrestling fans|
|Waiting their turn to wrestle|
|This was the real deal|
|The snake tree with Buddhist shrine in front|
Two of Mongolia's singers, one a pop star and the other an operatic singer, were a part of the group. Our Mongolian hosts instantly knew who they were and enjoyed the casual meeting.
|Oyundalia, Dorjhand and the two divas|
We enjoyed pleasant conversation and took pictures with our two groups combined.
|Paying homage to the snake tree|
|The skies darkened, the wind blew...and we left|