In Russia it is said that chickens are milked, and cows carry eggs. (A mockery of those who believe ridiculous rumors.)

Fish Sunday…

Spring is here…

The lakes are being filled as you read this. That will take about a month to accomplish and we already have fish to eat. They sell the fish for 138 rubles a kilo, but as always we get it free. Sometimes in the summer I see so many fish that I am tired of cleaning them. But they are a great source of protein and good for us to eat. This Saturday started the fish cleaning for the new year 2016…

20160220_105324Here left is Boza waiting for a fish head. When I clean fish, you can just feel the eyes burning holes in you as I work on the fish… 😉

As I said last summer, Boza just loves fish heads and yesterday he got two heads to eat. Now that was one happy dog…

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Therefore today, Svetochka and I will eat some pan fried carp and it is going to be delicious…

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-15 this morning and we call it spring! But it really is, you can just feel the difference and everyday, the snow disappears a little more. The world is slowly appearing, the world that you began to wonder if it was lost forever to a white blanket and never to surface again…

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The moon is bright and the night will be blistering cold. When the sky is clear the cold prevails…

Sveta takes great pictures…

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I want to post a thank you for several new donations and two of them in particular was for getting a weather station for the Tiny Russian Village. We got it and now after the snow clears away enough, I will put it together and we will have accurate weather readings from the village I live in…

It runs 8400 rubles and it will allow me to have even a connection to the computer to keep records of the weather here. I am excited and being paid for by several readers makes it very special indeed…

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I found another donation this morning, made yesterday and I want to thank them for that donation. Thanks everyone and have a great day…

WtR

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...

Thank God for my sweetie and Russia...

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