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The Kimets Cow - 30 November 2010
            
  The end of November comes and with it the start of the colder weather. The wood burner has been in use almost nightly. The logs are all chopped. The coal has been stocked up. Southern Bulgaria has an excellent climate. I have lived near the equator in Africa where after 10 in the morning it is too hot to move. I have spent time travelling around Thailand, where the humidity is suffocating, and of course the UK where the types of different rain need a 5 volume book to catalogue them all. Here though there are proper seasons, cold in the winter, hot in the summer, and a bit wet in between.

This is the time of the year when there is not much going on in the garden, growing wise art least. So it is a time to do all the maintenance jobs, paths, fences etc.

Thanks to Kimet (mayor) cow I have plenty to keep me busy. It is not just my garden though to which this cow has taken a fancy. I found out only yeasterday that it has taken down a 10 metre section of fencing from one of my neighbours. On its last visit to my garden it demolished part of the fence then went on to eat two apple saplings and my cabernet sauvignon vine. The apples fine but if you mess with my wine there will be trouble. After chasing the said cow out of the garden, I decidied it was time to tell the kimet (Raihim) exactly what he could do with his cow, and exactly what I would do with his cow should it venture uninvited into my garden again.

I think I made myself understood as I have not seen it since.

The rest of the village also know of my problems with it, and on my last visit to the pub Ali (who has the best eyebrows in the world) offered to put his 85 sheep into the Kimets garden to see how he liked it! I promised him a few beers if he carried it through, I have yet to catch up with him to see if it was just the mastika talking though!





 
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