Tales from Salla

10.06.2008

The tale behind the name Murhahaara (Murder Branch)

10.06.2008

The blaze of Tuntsa

10.06.2008

A painful mission

10.06.2008

Mother-in-law on a reindeer sled ride

10.06.2008

Visit of President Kekkonen

10.06.2008

Transporting rocks for an anti-tank defensive line

10.06.2008

Nostalgic trip to Korja

10.06.2008

Forgetting to pull the trigger

10.06.2008

The oldest ski in the world

10.06.2008

The first Finnish downhill racing and slalom championships

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The oldest ski in the world

In the year 1938, when Jaska Repo was digging a ditch, a strange-looking tree stub emerged, attracting his attention. It was approximately 154 cm long and some 15 cm wide, resembling the nose of a ski. It had been cut off by the turning plough wheel, being very rotten and brittle. Most of the ski...