Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Roundup of the Muqata's Best Sukkot Posts.

(Photo from Trep's blog 2 years ago...
but could have been in my sukka as well*)

Sukkot's almost here.

I sincerely hope I won't start blogging about a war between Israel and Syria over sukkot, but it's totally within the realm of possibility. Therefore, I have found some of my best posts from sukkot over the past 2 years, for your reading pleasure. Actually, some of these are really cool --I wonder if my current blog is as compelling. Please note the Muqata Eretz Yisrael clock has been changed in honor of Sukkot, and is half an etrog.

In no particular order...

1. Amazing Save of the Day (on Simchat Torah, this is even being published in shiurtimes.com this coming sukkot)
2. A Visit to the Shomronim on Har Greizim over Chol HaMoed.


3. Cool Jew Blue. A Tekhelet tour in Chol HaMoed.
4. My Sukkot Neurosis
What are you doing over sukkot? Our possible plans include: Herodian, Hevron, family barbeque in Gush Etzion...maybe some kite flying.

Chag Sameach!

Jameel & Co.


*The above picture and post was the basis for the Purim Parody Blog of Trippin Witz (falling down the stairs)...those were the days :)


Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael

6 comments:

Jack's Shack said...

What are you doing over sukkot?

I'll be helping Ezzie learn to love teams that actually have a chance to win. ;)

Rafi G said...

sorry Jameel but that aint no esrog. looks more like a lime...

Jack - you mean, like the Cubs, right? :-)

Olah Chadasha said...

We'll be up north. Don't know how much touring we'll do, but there will be some BBQing going on by us as well.
-OC

Jack's Shack said...

The Cubs. Poor Rafi. You need help too. :)

~ Sarah ~ said...

חג שמח!

we don't have such exciting plans as the muqata family but going out for every single meal for the first few days should prove entertaining enough!

Ye'he Sh'mey Raba Mevorach said...

Working. I am working. But only half days. DH is sick. But the beginning of chag was awesome, with lots of new oleh guests, and we also have a phenomal sukkah this year - we built together with another family (who are almost never home) and doubled the size of our sukkah. The kids said that now we have a dining room and a living room!

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