Tiny Russian Village Home (Photos)

Finally, everything is painted but the barn. All sheds are painted, the house is painted, the fence is painted and I have lots of sore muscles and paint all over me… 😉

Okay not all is painted; I still have to figure out how to get upon a roof that will not hold my weight and not crack. Then after painting the top sides of the home, I will be done. Having issues getting my head around how to accomplish this feat…

The yard is re-fenced back to original. With the front section separate from the back section and I also got all fence posts installed and all posts painted on our field. Now, after finances recover due to the Volga needing repairs, I will get chain link when I am able to…

This is how I feel this morning…

Sammy the Volga is still at the shop and we have had to replace a few more items. But, she is getting better. Had to install a tie rod in the front end and we will have the engine re-ringed and upper valve assembly refurbished (new valve seals and grind the valves). The engine was used when we had it installed and we want many years of use out of her. We just took all the money to pay Paul and gave it to Peter… 🙁

Thus the chain link fencing named Paul has to wait…

We also had a bad drive shaft joint and ended up needed a new clutch fork also. It just never ends, it seems…

I will paint the shed door today and will make it orange, like the front door of the home and I have just enough white-wash to finish a small section of fencing in the back of the home area…

I also put in 8 fence posts in Mom’s village home fence and mowed her yard completely. I will winterize her place in the next few days. Sad that no one came to use that home this year, but King Corona has really upset the apple cart this year…

So I woke at 1:30 a.m. after going to bed by 8 last night and wondering exactly what I will do? As I feel rather sore and tired this morning, I think I will just read a book today!

Gotta run and enjoy the peace and quiet and the wonderful solitude of the Tiny Russian Village…

WtR

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kKeeton

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...Thank God for my sweetie and Russia.

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