Pavel lives in a Cheboksary grove. He didn't prevent visitors from examination of his dwelling though had no desire to answer many questions...
not a bad life after all
at least he is not a welfare abuser.
You haven;t heard he last of this guy. He can only support himself by crime: stealing, dealing drugs. He will kill or injure the next person to get in his way.
i doubt russia has welfare as we think of it.
Some people simply want to be “homeless”, you can’t force them, and you shouldn’t use their numbers when talking about the “failures” of any system.
(meaning, you can’t go out there and beat your political opponent over the head because of a certain number of homeless people, because they simply want to be homeless)
yeah and u simply want to be a doll in this system,maybe he got tired of this hypocritical system that u re part of who knows!!
Looks neat and organised, unlike other homeless campsites that I’ve seen. –Hopefully he can get something productive going to get back on his feet again.
As long he feel happy with his life…
Yeah hes done a good campsite. Toilets down the hill away from water seeping,small room, enough for him to heat up with his own body heat, or a small Rocket style stove. Dogs within reach of the front door (stop intruder), cat to alert dog or owner (cats sometimes have better senses). I’m not sure how bad the weather gets there, but it wouldnt hurt to grow some basic crops to supplement his food supply, fishing gear would help as well, and some sort of rain water capture would be good…
Thanks for sharing.
Mail (will not be published) (required)