We left our ger camp at Lake Khovsgol, crossed the lake and drove 120km / 2.5 hours south to Muron. En route we passed the geographical 50/100 point (50o latitude / 100o longitude)From Muron we visited the ancient deerstones at Ushigiin Uver - these are some of the most clear examples of stylized Bronze Age deerstones, and are surrounded by a number of Turkic burial mounds. We arrived at our Delger River camp for lunch. In the afternoon, we were dropped at a point upriver and canoed back to the camp passing open countryside and granite rocks. After dinner we climbed up to the peak of the hill and had drinks in the sunset. There is a stun-ning 360 degree view of the river, open plains, granite and woodland hills. We sat in the evening chatting around the open fire on the viewing terrace.Delger riverTogether with the Ider River, the Delger River is one of the sources of the Selenge River. The source is in the Ulaan Taiga range close to the Russian border. The Delger River is frozen 128–175 days per year. During the summer the river is used for canoeing and fishing.Muron MarketAt Muron we visited the market. For the first time in our travels we saw on sale all parts of animals including all offal, stomach, head, genit-als – not a bit was thown away!