What is a Sh’rav, you ask?  It is a hot, dry  wind.  In our case it comes into Israel from the African desert.  It is very similar to a Hamseem.

Today in our city it is 99 degrees F right now.  Tomorrow the high is projected to be 77 degrees F.  So, it usually is a very brief change in the weather.


A beautiful view from my [hot] walk today.

This weekend, beginning Thursday evening, there will be 2 “Shabbats” in a row.  That means that everything here will be closed from Thursday evening to Saturday evening.  Lots of food planning to do for those two days.  We hope that you are having a meaningful Feast.  Blessings!

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