Market day in Sarai: The big Russian Village…

Sunday the day we rest and go to the market. We will not work today, but we will load up on veggies and fruits from the market. We also always buy socks and other clothes at the market. Every Sunday in Sarai a big village near our tiny little village, they have a huge market that I call a street market. The main street in the town is taken over by vendors who set up tents and kiosks and they sell everything. From school supplies to clothes…
The booths go for at least a kilometer and a half. The Market also twists around the backside of the town and that is where you find the bargains. We try to find the babushkas that sell their own veggies from their gardens and purchase from them. It is easy to tell the difference between imported veggies and fruit and the home grown. We bought peaches, pears, tomatoes, peppers, plums, light-bulbs, clothes, meat, milk and several other goodies. We decided that we had so much stuff that we will go back tomorrow to get our next 6 rolls of fencing. It was just too busy right now… 🙂

So the rest of the day will be a restful day and then tomorrow we start back working again on the house and yard…

Hope that you all had a wonderful weekend…

Kyle and Sveta
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