King of the mountains at the Playground…

imagesI had a good laugh today and it felt great to laugh! I have been cooped up inside for so long that I was getting stir crazy and today Boza said, “I have to go and you will be sorry if you do not take me out!”

So I took Boza out and hope that I do not get in a bunch of trouble, because I have been told to stay inside due to my very bad case of the flu…

But out I went and Boza was saved…

The laugh came from when Boza and I went near the playground. The snow is piled 20 feet deep in places and it is literally mountains of snow. Well as it always happens, I did not take the camera and this little boy about 4 years old in a bright orange coat had climbed to the top of the highest peak…

He saw Boza and yelled, “Sobachka” which means “dog” in Russian and then beat his chest like Tarzan and went “Ah-ah-AHHHH, ah AHH, ahahahahahhhhh!!!!!!”

Then he slid down the opposite side, away from us and was yelling, “Sobachka” – “Sobachka” – “Sobachka” all the way to the bottom. He was never seen again as the mountain is growing deeper by the second, due to it snowing like crazy…

Boza looked at me as if to say, “Was that a monkey?”

I shrugged and said, “Lets go boy, it is not safe out here!”

Hope your day is good, because my day is fabulous as Tarzan is loose amongst the snow mountains here in Russia…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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