Tiny Russian Village Time….Spring 2016…

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Coffee first, then life…

I have been home in Korolev, Russia for about a month now. Today Sveta is home and we will go to Globus (like WalMart) and grab some end of the garden season stuff. They have great deals right now and I saw some dirt cheap (pardon the pun,) orange and crimson Tea Roses. We also found some pear trees and if they still have them, we will get them. Time to have pears in the village… 🙂

I have a box of coins I collect as I buy things and this is my mad money. It is a large shoe box and it is almost full of coins. Might be time to break out the rainy day money and buy some plants. I think we need to get six tomato plants, two pear trees, a dozen strawberry plants and whatever else we can afford. We have the Blue Seed Potatoes and I have 12 packs of different seeds in the village for the rest of the garden…

Therefore, I will not post for a few days. Getting to the village and getting the village home up and running again, will be a busy job. Then I will be in the village for about six months, before I have to leave Russia again. Russia requires that I leave the country every six months and then I can come back for another six months. It is a pain in the butt….but it is a thousand times better than what we use to go through. (I use this leaving issue as a time to do business in other countries and such. So it all works out!) There was a time, I had to leave every three months for up to a month away from Russia. This is where I talk about how Ukraine use to be my second home…

I can’t wait to see the look on Boza’s face when we get to the village. He will be waiting for his collar to come off and run the fields and forests. I also see that Sveta is excited about spending sometime in the village. She has discovered a perfect world down there, as I have been rebuilding everything slowly, but surely…

Still have not found white lilacs…

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Next post from the Tiny Russian Village….Have a nice day…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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