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Donation will buy new part for Tiny Russian Village Well…

Today it looks as if I will try to get to the Big Village again, But…. it is snowing and snowing and snowing. The money has come in the form of a donation and since it was not specified for what or who, the Tiny Russian Village will get a new part for her well. We have been without water for over a week now. Since the roads are snowed in again, I have decided to try to get out again. It will be rough. I find it is easier to get around when fresh snow and frozen solid is the case…. And that is the case right now…

I want to thank people for donations, it is keeping the village going also…

Boza and I took a walk at 2:30 a.m., it was horrific outside. Boza was fast at doggy business and decided that inside was a better place than outside. Smart doggy! I then put Boza inside and he went to his bed and went to sleep. I had to dig out the outhouse. For bear has bear business to do also. The snow had infiltrated every square inch of the outhouse. Through the cracks, seams and whatever else it could find to sift through. It was over two feet deep inside and deeper outside. I started to laugh, as I looked around at the world I live in. I mean, what else can you do…

It is a world of one step at a time…

Bear got his business done, made a cup of coffee and is sitting here wondering about what to write. I have tons of things to write about, but I just have to decide, do I have time to devote to all of them and then decide why it is important enough to me to write about…

Google has been holding us in higher standards for a few months now. This is the longest that they have kept decent search results for Windows to Russia. I won’t hold my breath, but I am happy to see this happening. Crawling back from destruction of your site by the USA and cronies, is a long and hard process. Takes patience and devotion to the processes. Google is a very controlled entity by the US administration, just as Facebook is and or many many other companies residing within the borders of the US…

I said once and more than once, I will not stop writing about Russia. Russia is simply not what they in power within the Western Empire say it is. I live in a very moral, very simple, very uncontrolled and very safe country. We may not be rich by western standards, but we (Russians) do not owe hardly any money to anyone. When you own your home outright and you have very cheap utilities and food is priced reasonable, you are wealthy and that is that…

Last time at the store (Saturday,) bread was 12 rubles a loaf (about 20 cents), tvorg or cottage cheese 150 rubles a kilo, milk was 31 rubles a liter, pork chops 124 rubles a kilo, chicken 76 rubles a whole bird and so on and so on. I did not buy the chicken, but I bought the pork chops, five fresh cut with bone in them. Boza and I enjoyed three of them and we have two more that I will cook tonight. I just ate a big bowl of tvorg with some milk, salt and pepper. It is what starts my day off perfect…

In the Big Village, I know all the side roads and the vendors that operate on these sides roads. Be it veggies, meat or parts for your car? I know where to get the stuff…. It is what life is about…

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Well I see Boza has stolen my side of the bed as I write. I thought he was asleep on his bed, but he has sneaked as I wrote and is curled up near my pillow. He is amazing and gets around very good for a blind doggy. I know I could never do that well. Yesterday we walked for two hours and since we had a new snow and the ground was frozen hard, I could allow him to run about anywhere he wanted to. It is times like this, when the ground is a meter deep in snow, all grasses under the surface, frozen hard, that he can just run and run and run. I just watch for him as he gets too near the big trees sticking out from the snow. But he listens to me and we do good. Boza was free to run yesterday and he had fun…

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