Just a normal day at the Tiny Russian Village

Burn Baby Burn – Trying to warm up the Tiny Russian Village

Took two days of burning nasty stuff and I have finally cleaned our small field of years of abuse. The neighbors love to toss everything over their back fence. You know! Vodka bottles, tree limbs, rusty buckets and what ever else catches their fancy…

Today I make three trips to their dump area near them and toss what they should have hauled there in the first place!

Also – Looking like the monastery will get its fence done soon…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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3 thoughts on “Just a normal day at the Tiny Russian Village

  1. Why? Pepsi is a Russian made and owned product, The Soviet Union traded a bunch of warships for the rights to the product in 1989. But Pepsi was still imported since 1971 or 72. I like Pepsi and they make the best diet drinks since I am diabetic and it helps me with that…

    So, the Russians did what any country would do in desperate times: They traded Pepsi a fleet of subs and boats for a whole lot of soda. The new agreement included 17 submarines, a cruiser, a frigate, and a destroyer. The combined fleet was traded for three billion dollars worth of Pepsi. Yes, you read that right. Russia loves their Pepsi.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-pepsi-briefly-became-the-6th-largest-military-in-the-world-2018-7

    It is a Russian brand in their eyes…

  2. Not to complain, criticize, etc., but I’m honestly surprised at seeing the bottle of Pepsi in one of the photos, considering Pepsi is a Western brand.

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