Example of life in the Tiny Russian Village…. The outhouse…

I have talked about mosquitoes in the past. I have talked about outhouses and or toilets also…

In the heart of the summer if you want to keep the mosquitoes at bay and survive, you must be religious about doing certain things…

You must always close doors, keep screens in good order on the windows and you must learn to use a fogger spray. The early morning walk consists of long sleeves and head covered and the trip to do bear duties to the toilet, means two trips. One to fog the outhouse and then in five minutes run back to the outhouse. Sweep dead mosquitoes from the seat and do bear duties… 😉

We do not have a fly issue, in the outhouse, we have a mosquito issue early morning and late at night. Otherwise insects stay away from the outhouse, as it is efficient, too efficient, it makes a wonderful swamp gas effect that mosquitoes love…

Therefore, while I cook chicken this morning, listen to the rain fall and keep an eye on a sleeping Boza’s eyes. I am writing about the never ending war on summer mosquitoes

The outhouse is dry and comfy when it rains, but…. it also means that mosquitoes love to hang out there and party. They wait for the next victim, which is 99% of the time, me! So I have garnered a system of attack first and clean up the dead bodies later…

On a rainy day like today, it is at its peak of mosquito devilishness and a can of raid fogger in hand is the answer…

I will tell you that there is nothing as much fun as a mosquito bite on the ass, as you do bear business…

But it is all good and there really is something satisfying about seeing dozens of dead mosquitoes and doing bear business in peace and harmony. Nothing worse than bear business and that terrifying buzzing of the blood sucking demon…

Have a nice day…

WtR


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