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Zeidy Zakon

Rabbi Nachman and Miriam Zakon

What’s the first thing everyone wants to do after chatzos on the day after Tishah B’Av? Jump into a pool of course. Let’s zoom with Zeidy and jump into a very special pool — in the middle of a boiling hot desert!

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Can you drive faster, Zeidy? Yes, kinderlach, there’s nothing like driving off-road in Midbar Yehudah, the Judean Desert. No roads, no cars, no traffic. All you have to watch out for are sheep and camels. Driving under the bluest skies you’ve ever seen, through the Land Hashem gave us. Zeidy, do you know, when my parents said we were coming to Eretz Yisrael for the summer I was totally upset. Why was that, Chayala? Well, I thought it would be soooo boring. I wanted to go to camp with all my friends. Happy you came? Thrilled! Summer in Eretz Yisrael is a million times better than I ever dreamed 


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