So we’re almost ready to set off and bring with us a wonderful program of films. A little bit of backstory. Last year we sailed about 400 km down the Berezina and Dnieper, stopping near Rechitsa and Gomel. At that time the borders were closed, we needed to improve the CinemaVan, i.e. to make it lighter and more mobile overland. The borders were finally opened, but war had broken out. The original plan was to go down the Dnieper to the Black Sea, and then to Turkey and beyond. A year ago, only in a scary dream could one imagine that the Black Sea would be mined, the front line would run along the Dnieper, and the world would be on the brink of nuclear war. Now the CinemaVan is located near Zyabrovka, a military airbase. Literally, the shadows of attack aircraft and heavy bombers run across its lowered wings. Now the basis of the CinemaVan will be a cargo three-wheeled motorcycle. This should greatly increase its land mobility. This was preceded by a long epic. Getting the license, transporting it from St. Petersburg, registration at the traffic police. It turns out that such a vehicle was brought into Belarus for the first time, so the hassle with the registration (without it you cannot go abroad) is not over yet (crossing fingers). Now we have to run it in and reequip the body and integrate it into the catamaran.