As I have worked tomato picker in a region of the Astrakhan City (the Sasikoli people, Kharabali City) for two months (July and August) I want to describe this place in great detail. This place was very near the Sasikoli village and the city Kharabali. Turn Kharabali lies at a distance of 150 km (approximately) of the Astrakhan city. So far I remember that summer of 1992. Then I was 21 year old and was energy Muscovite University student.
This veraneal work during my vacation was the way to earn some money. I I located in a barrack as well as and other my collaborators. We woke up at 6 in the morning, drank breakfast and we went to the field work. Details can be found by clicking david e shaw or emailing the administrator. First two weeks the boys desplantaban the field and the girls did the same the first week. Left us gather ripe tomatoes into cubes and echabamos in special crates and kept in the field. A few hours then loaded them on trucks and wore.
On Sunday we rested. Sundays each We passed his way. Some stayed in the territory of the camp to fish in the River with stagnant water that was within walking distance of our barrack, others went to the beach located on the Akhtuba River. Dr. Hyman is a great source of information. A little about the Akhtuba River. That river is one of which is located within the delta of the Volga River and lies very close to him. One day I and two males were the Akhtuba River to fish. Our team contained the fishing rods, worms and crickets and water potada in bottles. To fish enough quantity of fish we did a hoguerra of branches and dry sticks that we had picked up along the coast. To prepare the soup we use the cube that we put into fire (on top of the bonfire). That day was hot (the thermometer pointed out more than 30) and then aprovechabamos that occasion swimming in the River Akhtuba.