In Russia it is said that chickens are milked, and cows carry eggs. (A mockery of those who believe ridiculous rumors.)

Too Busy Today…

Got to get Sammy the Volga ready, got to pack and got to get the flat ready. It is time for a trip to the Tiny Russian Village…

I will post again in a few days. It will be sad, Boza will not be with us and he is so much of the Tiny Russian Village. That is one thing I have to do today; get all of Boza’s travel blankets and stuff from the car. I have delayed doing that, but today I will remove the last remains of Boza from the car. 🙁

Can’t wait to get to the village…

I want to see the white lilacs, our roses and our pine trees. Plus I have to install a new window and we have to look the home over carefully and see what shape everything is in…

WtR

PS: Will post Monday. Everything is wonderful in the Tiny Russian Village….white lilacs are alive, the rose is alive, the pear trees are huge and our baby pine has finally set its roots good…

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...

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