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WILDROVERS FIVE YEARS IN POLAND....come to an end...!


wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #1
No tears please...its for the best really....

After five years alone in the forest , its time to move on....

The five years have been a mixture of solitude , learning , some sadness , some madness...but on the whole a happy time.....

All my plans for a good life in Poland went down the toilet when i got ripped off and stitched up by somebody in the UK... The money that was going to make me an easy life in Poland went missing...rather a lot of it...

As a result , the one year of roughing it became five years of a struggle to survive...It would have been easier to give up and run back to the UK , but i made my mind up i was staying , no matter how tough it got...And it did get tough...my worst moment was ten days without food after some money went missing....

For the first year i felt very alone on my quiet farm in the forest..by the second year i got used to it...by the third year i began to like it...during the fourth year it became normal...and i loved it....

I met and dated some nice Polish women , and a completly mad Latvian girl..but true love did not come my way....UNTILL...november last year , actually on my birthday... I had registered on some dating site , and after hundreds of contacts from stunning and too young Russian girls confessing instant love i got one message that simply said... have you found your special lady yet...? Normally i would delete most messages without reading them , but this one i read , and the picture that went with it was lovely.....I was sure i had found my special lady....From that moment we spoke every night on skype until the early hours and our relationship grew very quickly into something very nice....

After six months of daily contact we decided it was time to meet...the place was the lovely city of Kiev in Ukraine...i starved for a long time to raise the cash to repair my Jeep and fuel it all the way to Kiev , but it was worth it...My Ksusha was every bit as wonderfull as i knew she would be , and she felt the same about me... We spent nine blissfull days in the best hotel , among the parties and parades for the 65th anniversary of the ending of the great patriotic war and fell completely in love with each other....

Then suddenly it was all over.... I stood in a puddle of Russian tears as i watched the Moscow train carry her away from me... It was a long sad drive back to Poland...! We knew that there was no doubt we wanted to be together , and we made plans for her to move to Poland to try and make a home out of my hovel untill either i could sell a house in the UK , or she sold her Moscow flat...Our plans were not going so well , and i was aware that she had never been out of Russia , other than to the Ukraine , and she had a daughter at university in Moscow....Suddenly i saw the answer...i told her i would move to Russia..! We had never talked about this , but she was full of joy that i was willing to do it for her....since this decision our plans are working out better , although i don,t know yet who is going to look after my farm while i go to Russia for 90 days to marry her and apply to live there... Initially we will live in her flat close to the centre of Moscow , which will be a bit of a change from the absolute peace of the farm..but next summer we will move into a new house by the side of Lake Plescheevo , 140 kms north east of Moscow....

I shall still be around on the Polishforums...and of course you are all welcome to come and stay by the lake , and sail in my boat should you find yourelf near Moscow....

I shall miss Poland of course , i made some good friends here , and i will miss my farm , although for the moment i am not selling it , i will let a friend have it to use as a base for his paintballing...or is it ballpainting , i am not sure...?

so...if you are over Moscow way...come and say hello...i shall make sure there is some Polsh vodka in stock...!!!
convex 20 | 3,980    
26 Jul 2010  #2
congrats man! where and when is the going away party?
Seanus 15 | 19,716    
26 Jul 2010  #3
All the best, wildrover! Be mindful of your personal safety in Moscow. Moving on seems to be a good step at this time :)
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,107    
26 Jul 2010  #4
Congratulations WildRover, I'm happy you found love at last, you deserve all the happiness this special lady gives you. :)

I shall still be around on the Polishforums

Thank goodness. I thought we were going to lose you to RussianForums.com :(

Good luck :)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #5
Thank you so much for your good wishes all of you....

There will definatly be some kind of good riddance to wildrover party somewhere in Poland...but where and when exactly is unknown at this time...

When it happens you will all know about it here on this very forum..!
Ironside 47 | 9,499    
26 Jul 2010  #6
No tears please

**** man, if this progresses you will end up in Siberia !?
Good luck !
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #7
you will end up in Siberia

Funny you should say that....but one of my crazy ambitions is to drive there in the winter using a specially prepared Russian army truck....

Mind you , as a married man some of my less sane plans may have to be modified....??
grubas 12 | 1,392    
26 Jul 2010  #8
Good luck to you dude!
jablko - | 106    
26 Jul 2010  #9
Maybe after few years you will meet some nice chinese girl and move further east, who knows haha
zetigrek    
26 Jul 2010  #10
I wish you good luck and all the best, wildrover!
Let the things turn well for you and your fiancee and hope you will settle a good life in Russia :)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #11
Lake Plescheevo...Moscow oblast...

pretty eh...?



MareGaea 29 | 2,753    
26 Jul 2010  #12
Wildrover, your story saddens me on one hand and on the other hand I am truly happy for you, my friend! May the gods of good fortune never leave your side and I wish you all the best of luck with your new venture!

NB, did you ever consider having that person that ripped you off killed? I would if somebody ripped me off my reserves and the reserves for my family.

Anyway, good luck in Russia, my friend...

>^..^<

M-G (yay)
espana 17 | 911    
26 Jul 2010  #13
good luck
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #14
your story saddens me on one hand

Oh , believe me...i have much sadder tales in my life...but i have also had moments of great joy....

Everyones life is a mixture of ups and downs , but mine seems to have had such extremes of both....

I have had times so great that they make me smile ,many years later , times that most people will never get to experiance , but i have also lived through moments that most people never see in their worst nightmares...Its all part of what i am ( a looney )

I led a very crazy life , and sometimes you have to pay the price of such craziness...When i look back i am thankfull to be still alive , and have all my parts still attatched..!

Last night , after five days of no human contact alone on my farm i came across a photo of me taken in front of a crowd of fifty thousand people who had just seen me win a race against a whole bunch of top riders who had better bikes than me...Is seems like another life of another person.... a crazy crazy life....

Now its time to yet again shed my skin and move on to another life , another challenge....I am looking forward to it... It can,t be any harder than the Polish challenge , i will at least be with somebody that speaks the language , and is in fact a teacher of Russian , so life has to be less fraught than life here alone has been...

For the first time in five years i will be able to pee in an inside toilet...how great is that..???
Pinching Pete - | 559    
26 Jul 2010  #15
should you find yourelf near Moscow....

I'll be sure and pay my mafia dues.. Just kidding.. Good luck. Learn to play some Beatles tunes on the guitar, I guess Russkies fall all over that. Lay off the beans.. ;-{
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #16
Learn to play some Beatles tunes on the guitar,

You are spot on there....my girlfriends daughter actually translated every Beatles song into Russian..god knows how long that took her...?

jump and do not look behind you.

Thats a great way to think of it...i shall follow your advice my friend...!
Ironside 47 | 9,499    
26 Jul 2010  #17
but one of my crazy ambitions is to drive there in the winter using a specially prepared Russian army truck....

maybe we will meet one day ......there !
Pinching Pete - | 559    
26 Jul 2010  #18
my girlfriends daughter actually translated every Beatles song into Russian..god knows how long that took her...?

Damn, that is a feat. Yes.. I wasn't kidding. I saw this show about it. Clubs devoted just to the Beatles over there.. festivals, etc.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,963    
26 Jul 2010  #19
I shall still be around on the Polishforums...

*phew*

You should had said so at the beginning...would had spared me alot of grief!

Good luck for you new life! I hope she will feed you well :)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #20
Jeez.... i never thought to ask her if she can cook beans....i suppose she can , she is a good cook...!
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,963    
26 Jul 2010  #21
I still miss your wolf...(and my helmet).

*hugs wildrover*

*get's all teary eyed*


You were always a true comrade in our common quest for our avatars! You deserve only the best food!
Pinching Pete - | 559    
26 Jul 2010  #22
i never thought to ask her if she can cook beans....

I guess one can get by without couch cushions...
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #23
The quest for the return of the helmet will continue....from Russia..!



Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,963    
26 Jul 2010  #24
YAY! *throws sword in air* Not forgotten! But next time you go hungry tell us...I can send tinned food and Bratw├╝rste!
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,107    
26 Jul 2010  #25
i never thought to ask her if she can cook beans

She must be some woman that she was able to distract you from asking that question! ;)

Are beans more readily available in Moscow?
Pinching Pete - | 559    
26 Jul 2010  #26
For the first time in five years i will be able to pee in an inside toilet...

?? Yeah brother.. I would say you're heading for sunnier pastures too...
OP wildrover 98 | 4,455    
26 Jul 2010  #27
I can send conserves and Bratw├╝rste!

The last time i ate that was in a forest near Kiel with a bunch of German Harley riders...that was one hell of a party....!!!

The schnapps almost blew my head off...!

Are beans more readily available in Moscow? I hope so...this is a very worrying question....nooo surely that must have them...if they don,t , the marriage is off...!
Eurola 4 | 1,911    
26 Jul 2010  #28
wildrover, this is such a lovely and romantic story...I wish you the best. You both had pretty tough decisions to make and love conquers all at the end! You deserve your rainbow.

Good luck to you!
scottie1113 7 | 899    
26 Jul 2010  #29
Are beans more readily available in Moscow? I hope so...this is a very worrying question....nooo surely that must have them...if they don,t , the marriage is off...!

Good to see that you have priorities. Seriously man, best of luck.
usmiech 1 | 22    
26 Jul 2010  #30
Then suddenly it was all over.... I stood in a puddle of Russian tears as i watched the Moscow train carry her away from me... It was a long sad drive back to Poland...!

ahhh, Wildrover, I could feel the emotion and its would have be just terrible feeling.

Glad to know that, you took proper decision and now happily settled with love of your life!!!

I wish you the success in your life.


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