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Mashkobo. Rural life (2009)
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Бабулька тщетно пыталась выкопать столбики от повалившейся ограды из промерзшей земли, и увидев нас позвала на помощь. Не легко было вытащить глубоко засевшие столбики с пластиной на конце, цеплявшей за грунт, но через некоторое время всё получилось.

Бабулька была очень нам благодарна, и хотела напоить нас чаем, однако нам надо было спешить и мы сошлись на трех яблоках в дорогу :)

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