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


OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
13 Aug 2010 #91
And thank you for your comments about salt mine man!

So..have you secured your lifetime supply of salt yet....?
MediaWatch 10 | 945
13 Aug 2010 #92

Are you sure you're not of Russian ancestry? lol
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
13 Aug 2010 #93
Not as far as i am aware...my family has a bit of Irish and Scottish blood , and if you go back far enough , some German....but no Russian...
Ziemowit 13 | 4,399
13 Aug 2010 #95
I can understand those Poles who think i am crazy to want to go to Russia, and that the Russians are not to be trusted...

The "official" side of life is very much different from the unofficial one ...

I'm quite amazed at the quality of "Russian analysis" of the Russian-Polish as well as the international relations and Russian internal situation occasionally given in interviews to the Polish press by Russian social scientists, journalists etc. I read them with pleasure as they show an interesting and quite thorough point of view which I often don't find in the Polish analyses of the subject.

Do you know Alexandra Marinina's criminal stories translated into English? I am presently reading one of them, Украденный сон (in Polish translation), which gets me nicely into the realities of Moscow in the times of transformation (1995). My two lady friends have just returned from an organized trip to Moscow (their main goal was to see Vladimir Ilyich Lenin in the Red Square before they decide one day to bury his body into the ground according to his own wish) and they have found the Russian capital - in contrast to Warsaw - an unexpectedly calm and very relaxed city.

I wish you all the best on your new path of life; if and when my turn comes to see Lenin in the Red Square, I will just think that Владимир Ильич rests in peace not that far from a place that Wildrover lives at present.
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
13 Aug 2010 #96
if and when my turn comes to see Lenin in the Red Square, I will just think that Владимир Ильич rests in peace not that far from a place that Wildrover lives at present.

I am not actually in Moscow yet , i am still on my farm in Poland , it now looks like i am going to move to an apartment in Krasnogorsk , near Moscow centre in march next year , then we hope to move into the new house by the side of Lake Plescheevo in May...

Plescheevo is about 140 kms north west of Moscow centre... You must let me know if you are heading to Moscow some day , my lady has lived all her life there , so would be a great guide , and you could chill out at our house by the lake when the city gets too much...
A J 4 | 1,088
13 Aug 2010 #97
I am not actually in Moscow yet, i am still on my farm in Poland , it now looks like i am going to move to an apartment in Krasnogorsk , near Moscow centre in march next year , then we hope to move into the new house by the side of Lake Plescheevo in May...

Well, you wouldn't want to be in Moscow right now with all that smoke. I've heard people are hanging wet blankets infront of their windows. Is it really that bad or is this another attempt at sensation-journalism?

:S
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
13 Aug 2010 #98
Yes , it really was that bad...it was 40 degrees at night not so long back , my girlfriend was trying to sleep with a wet towel over her...

Thankfully the tempreture has now dropped , and they have been smoke free for three days now....
Ajb 6 | 232
14 Aug 2010 #99
I'm gutted that you will be leaving before we have had chance to have a BBQ on your farm! Its a shame although your going to somthing better... a loving relationship, which we all deserve in our life.

Your farm sounds amazing (apart from the old bat stealing your fruit) and i wish i had had the chance to come up!

I wish you al the best and look forwarrd to seeing you in Moscow!!
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #100
I'm gutted that you will be leaving before we have had chance to have a BBQ on your farm!

I ain,t going untill next march....and i ain,t selling the place yet....
Ajb 6 | 232
14 Aug 2010 #101
Yes true, well i hope we can arrange somthing, maybe a big Poznan - Wildrovers farm BBQ!
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #102
Wildrovers farm BBQ!

Its a great idea....
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #103
Bring your own fruit ;) ;)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #104
Bring your own fruit

dammit...now you caused me to have coffee all over my keyboard and screen....!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
14 Aug 2010 #105
Send that old bat the cleaning bill ;) ;) She wouldn't want to be prosecuted for theft, now would she? ;)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
14 Aug 2010 #106
WILDROVERS FIVE YEARS IN POLAND....come to an end...!

So it's goodbye minus 32 degrees in Northern Poland in winter and Hello minus 42 degrees in Moscow in summer!
:)

It won't be for a while yet but it's a big move, to cohabit with someone, congratulations!
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #107
minus 42 degrees in Moscow in summer!

I think you mean plus 45 degrees....and with choking smoke...!
Eurola 4 | 1,906
14 Aug 2010 #108
I ain,t going untill next march....and i ain,t selling the place yet....

I hope you will still be in love next march!
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #109
there is no doubt i will be.... i will be marrying her in Moscow....
polishhunter 1 | 15
15 Aug 2010 #110
wow i can even feel your emotions in your writing wildrover, wish you all the best.
ladywithaface - | 3
18 Aug 2010 #111
So..have you secured your lifetime supply of salt yet....?

haha sadly no, not yet

Don't forget to post a photo after the wedding though!
McCoy 27 | 1,269
21 Aug 2010 #112
Only Russian women admit having sex more often than Poles – half of them have sexual intercourse several times a week.

first Poland, now Russia..hmmm...it gets much clearer now how do you choose the destination pleace. but seriously, im happy with you man and wish you all the best. i regred ive never had a pint with you. maybe some other day some other pleace.
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
21 Aug 2010 #113
i regred ive never had a pint with you

Never say never my friend...Moscow is not that far away , i am even thinking about driving my Maluch there , only thing that deters me is the crazy Russian drivers in big fast cars...

Of course , if you ever happen to be in Russia i will be happy to have you come over for a beer or three... I am told by a Russian friend that Russian beer is not very good though...

Thank you for your good wishes...if you don,t hear from me again , then you will know that Englishman of my age can,t keep up with the demands of a Russian nymph...
McCoy 27 | 1,269
21 Aug 2010 #114
Of course , if you ever happen to be in Russia i will be happy to have you come over for a beer or three... I am told by a Russian friend that Russian beer is not very good though...

thanks man. than if i come to Russland i will have with me a serious load of polish beer

Thank you for your good wishes...if you don,t hear from me again , then you will know that Englishman of my age can,t keep up with the demands of a Russian nymph...

oh, come on you will definately handle. but remember mi amigo, if you ever need some help .. ;)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
21 Aug 2010 #115
i will have with me a serious load of polish beer

Thats a point...if the Russian beer is really that bad , i am gonna miss my Warka mochna...!

I don,t drink vodka that often , but the Polish stuff is for sure better than the Russian...mind you..i ain,t tried all brands of it yet..[

quote=McCoy]if you ever need some help [/quote]

There are a lot of real nice looking women over there , a lot are spoilt gold diggers but my lady is not , and there are bound to be others...!!!
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Aug 2010 #116
I'm sure they'll have Ukrainian Obalon and Magnat :) Both are great tipples :)
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
21 Aug 2010 #117
I'm sure they'll have Ukrainian Obalon and Magnat

I don,t know what that is..but Ukrainian beer and vodka is very nice...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
21 Aug 2010 #118
They are the two most famous Ukrainian exported beers, wildrover. I had them here in Gliwice but the deli went under :( :(

Nemiroff is nice but not the chili pepper one.
OP wildrover 98 | 4,451
21 Aug 2010 #119
They are the two most famous Ukrainian exported beers,

Aha..chances are i have sampled them then...

When i was in Ukraine both times i made a point of eating and drinking only the local stuff...

Last time i was in Tarnopil i had some really really nice beer , but can,t remember what it was called...
trener zolwia 1 | 939
21 Aug 2010 #120
I am only now seeing this thread. You tell a touching story, WR.

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....

Indeed solitude has a way of becoming your friend, while often your enemy at the same time. I could tell a very similar life tale.

love chooses its own path , and its not always the shortest or easiest one....

So true.

A true modern adventurist you are. Truth be known, many here envy your bravery. Best of luck on this next adventure.

Good man. ;)


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