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January 12, 2021, 01:43:34 PM
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Cuff of a grey sweater next to the fire. Has the cuffless sweater been found? I couldn't find anything about it but maybe I missed something.

Broken piece of a ski 20m from the tent. This is mentioned in Maslennikov's diary. Has a ski with a missing bit been found?

Sneakers near the tent. As far as I can tell, these remained unclaimed by any of the hikers' relatives or friends. And why would someone take sneakers on a ski hike?
 

January 12, 2021, 07:22:55 PM
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Have no answers, but have wondered about these things myself.  thumb1
 

January 13, 2021, 12:14:34 PM
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Cuff of a grey sweater next to the fire. Has the cuffless sweater been found? I couldn't find anything about it but maybe I missed something.

Broken piece of a ski 20m from the tent. This is mentioned in Maslennikov's diary. Has a ski with a missing bit been found?

Sneakers near the tent. As far as I can tell, these remained unclaimed by any of the hikers' relatives or friends. And why would someone take sneakers on a ski hike?

Well a lot of things were found by the searchers and presumably kept by the Authorities somewhere. But then some things appear to dissapear.
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February 15, 2021, 09:04:57 PM
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Cuff of a grey sweater next to the fire. Has the cuffless sweater been found? I couldn't find anything about it but maybe I missed something.

Broken piece of a ski 20m from the tent. This is mentioned in Maslennikov's diary. Has a ski with a missing bit been found?

Sneakers near the tent. As far as I can tell, these remained unclaimed by any of the hikers' relatives or friends. And why would someone take sneakers on a ski hike?

I believe the sweater was Zina's.  In her autopsy report it is noted "she had two hats, long sleeve undershirt, sweater, checkered shirt and another sweater with torn cuff of the right sleeve."
-Ren
 

March 01, 2021, 10:24:04 PM
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Sneakers near the tent. As far as I can tell, these remained unclaimed by any of the hikers' relatives or friends. And why would someone take sneakers on a ski hike?
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Why??? I often carry a pair of canvas loafers in my backpack. They allow me to take off my heavy hiking boots at the end of the day and still be able to move around the tent/campsite other than barefooted. I wouldn't go with sneakers though... laces are a pain.
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March 02, 2021, 07:30:13 AM
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Sneakers near the tent. As far as I can tell, these remained unclaimed by any of the hikers' relatives or friends. And why would someone take sneakers on a ski hike?
Why??? I often carry a pair of canvas loafers in my backpack. They allow me to take off my heavy hiking boots at the end of the day and still be able to move around the tent/campsite other than barefooted. I wouldn't go with sneakers though... laces are a pain.
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Around the campsite, the group used valenki, a felted style of boot kind if similar to Uggs.
-Ren