Coffee and All Good Things Must End…

Sipping that cup of coffee this morning and doing some thinking’s. Sveta and I have to wander home now. It seems that time just flies when you have fun and in this case it seemed to accelerate just way to fast…

So it is time to hit the road today and spend about 8+ hours traveling back to Moscow and our home sweet home. We have lots of things to get caught up on and I have to prepare for a visa run to Ukraine. That always promises to be an experience all in itself… 🙂

I am going to start packing the car and checking all her fluids. We have some rough roads to crawl back to civilization on and our Volga needs to be checked over first…

When I get back from Ukraine this visa trip. I am contemplating coming to the village for a month or two and living here. We have a lot of work to do on the village home and it is time to fix everything that needs fixing. Now that we have the issue of Internet fixed here in the village. I can do my business from the village just as easily as from Moscow. That gives me some thinking’s to do…

The main issue would be power going out all the time like it does, but I have that solved and can bring the answer back down next time we come. All we need to do is get a small generator for electricity. For less than 3000 rubles we can purchase a generator and when the power goes off, I can easily keep the refrigerator and laptop going. The laptop has no issues with power fluctuations and since we have two laptops I will not have any problems…

So that is some more thinking’s over the next days cup of coffee’s. Sveta has several more weeks of vacation and maybe she will use them to keep Boza and I company. Boza just loves the village and his favorite spot is under our bed in the village house. The word house is strange because in Russia you get use to living in flats. So one thing that is great about the village is that you live in a free standing home. That is just a treat of the village…

Next time I post I will be at home near Moscow…

Kyle and Sveta
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