Snowing in the Russian Village…

Coffee-iconYes I know, Russia and snow go together like a horse and carriage. But it still is snowing and Boza and I are very happy. Boza is running around like a crazy nut and I walked him two hours this morning, just to watch the snow fall. The ground is still too warm, but it is snowing and we are happy…

The thermometer I installed outside the front window said, -4 Celsius this morning when I got up. (-4°C×9/5+32
= 24.8°F)

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Our Village Stove...I worked on the stove yesterday…

It works great and is warming the home right this minute, but…

I found a problem after I fired up the stove today. I have a loose brick inside getting ready to fall out. Bad news, I will think today and then tomorrow after it cools, I will repair the issue. I am looking at replacing the brick with a metal brace. The brick does nothing for the usage, just support of another metal brace. I will design and make today the support piece and fix it that way…

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Village sinkGot to do dishes today and that will be that last time to wash outside. I will install the new heater sink we bought and use that to wash myself and dishes for the winter. I have an idea where to put it and that is another project today. So tomorrow the stove and today the sink…

Time to make a cozy warm home, Sveta is coming Saturday night and I have to have it warm for her…

She will be grouchy otherwise… 🙂

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Time to get busy. Boza and I were astonished at the beautiful peace of the village this morning. Just an occasional raven yelling at us and all else was quiet as a church mouse. Boza and I walked over and looked at the empty fish house and then checked out the place where the pump is kept. Time to work, play is done…

Post by Kyle Keeton
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