Skunk in Russia? Where?

skunkSkunk: Known as Polecats are mammals known for their ability to spray a liquid with a strong odor. Different species of polecats vary in appearance from black-and-white to brown or cream colored, but all have warning coloration…

I have been sprayed by a skunk and two of my dogs have been sprayed by a skunk. It is a very unpleasant issue and if it has ever happened to you, it is something that you will never forget…

Skunk – what does this have to do with Russia?

Well not much because I have never seen a skunk here and I am very thankful. I grew up in the world of skunks, living in the Midwest in America and skunks were a daily worry. As I talked about a couple of days ago – Poison Ivy: Not Around Russia…

There seems to be nothing like a skunk in Russia or at least the area that I frequent in Russia…

I asked Sveta had she ever met a skunk and she had a very blank look on her face. She had no idea about what I was talking about and believe you me if she had ever run into a skunk she would remember about that escapade. Skunks are one of those critters that you leave alone, just like you don’t go and kick a fire-ant mound and stand there picking your nose. For you will soon regret the fact that you did not leave soon enough…

So like looking for poison ivy as I travel Russia I also look for the polecat that will ruin your day as fast as a squirt can fly. Like the poison ivy I never find, so I never find the polecat in Russia…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

The copy scores 77.1 in the Flesch Reading Ease test, which is considered fairly easy to read…

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