350 years ago, the reformation of the Russian Orthodox Church turned those who did not want to follow the new religious currents into outlaws. Many were killed, their villages burned, and those who managed, escaped to other countries. Some of them settled at the shore of Lake Peipus, the border of today's Estonia and Russia. Their descendants have kept the traditions and lived a peaceful life close to nature ever since. Today they are free to practice their faith, yet they are threatened by extinction.