Rabbit Stew: Sveta says, “No Way Jose!”

My favorite words right now are, “Silly Rabbit!”

They upset Boza and he can smell them when they get into the yard. We had three and now there are two. One white one and one brown one. The third decided that he did not like a dog chasing him all the time and left for the brown home’s yard. I had a good idea for these rabbits?

silly rabbitI suggested to Sveta that I could make rabbit stew. That sounds so good and these are fat and sassy rabbits. What a stew I could make…

Of course that suggestion did not go over well, for Mrs. Sveta, the one who carries mice across the village to save them, did not like my suggestion. It was kinda equivalent to; “No Way Jose!”

So I walk around and say, “Silly Rabbit!” all the time…

Boza does enjoy the chase and he keeps them out of the yard when he is on patrol, but like any good doggy, he likes to sleep and eat, within his life of leisure and “Silly Rabbit” chasing……

Life goes like this; Boza barks, I let him out, rabbits run for the hills and Boza after checking the yard trice or more, comes back in. Then we start over again and again and again… 🙂

Silly Rabbit!

This morning at 5 a.m.

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desolate

Boza and I just simply love walking all over the frozen died lake bed. We find all kinds of neat stuff and as big as it is, we will be walking for a long time, checking it all out…

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Sveta is talking about coming for Christmas, she literally has to work at the New Years holidays, for her servers need work and the only time is when the banks are shut down. Thus the western Christmas time is what she has in mind. Sounds good to me…

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Trees to cut up!

Trees to cut up!

Wrap this all up for today; I have been cutting on the huge trees that were brought by friends of Vova. They smashed the neighbors fence and I started with that area. I cut the logs away from the fence and then repaired four fence posts. Lucky for me, they are steel pipe and all I had to do was pull them straight and repack the ground around them. Then a few wire twists and all was as good as new…

The wood is oak and tough as shoe leather. I need to sharpen the chainsaw blade in the next few days and when i go to town, I need to buy a backup chain for it. This wood is tough and hard, but it will make great firewood. I bought a splitting maul not long ago and once cut, I will split and stack…

I also will be able to get my stumps for working stations from these trees. I will cut two table stumps and four seat stumps to have as a place to work in the summer time on projects. The problem is that I have 18 inch saw and the biggest stump is over 24 inches across. Just will take longer to get my cuts done… 😉

Tidbit of information; All the equipment that I buy in Russia is Russian made. I buy it that way on purpose and I am here to tell you that Russians have very good manufacturing standards and like the brush cutter I used all summer, the chainsaw is excellent and a very quality product…

Have a nice day…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia (WtR)


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