Next time I post it will hopefully be from the Tiny Russian Village…

coffee-theI am going to go outside again and try to finalize the car. I still have a few things to do and I am crossing my fingers that all is working good. Deep inside of me something in my gut feelings; there is something else wrong with the car and I can not pin point the issue.

Therefore, I will check it once and check it twice to see what I find…

It looks like Monday morning bight and early, like 4 a.m. is when we will leave. The weather all week will be above freezing during the day and Sveta has taken off all week to enjoy life in the village.

Vova called and asked us to bring him a carton of cigarettes and 10 liters of benzine. He has been cutting firewood up for us since the wood was dropped off and he is about out of benzine for the chainsaw. Bless his heart, he is really waiting for me to get there. Sveta sees that now.

We bought a belated birthday gift for Vova. A huge bottle of cognac to give to him. That will keep him warm a few days and make him a happy villager. He is sad for he is all alone in the village! Not true; a woman is there who lives in what I call the white house, but they do not get along and thus, they ignore the fact that they are not alone in the village. 😉

Vova said it has been snowing like crazy and he is waiting for me to get there. Lets hope that we make it…

Have a nice day and see you in the village;  if the Lord is willing and the creeks don’t rise…

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