New York, New York
Why can't everyone on the streets dress like this?
posted on June 28, 2010
A spontaneous decision
We found out that we had a ride out of camp for our day off 20 minutes before said ride left. Walking off the train in the fashion district of NYC, not knowing...
posted on June 27, 2010
This is the whole camp at makom t'filla, during Havdallah, the ceremony that bids farewell to the Sabbath bride and beckons in the coming week with peace and...
posted on June 26, 2010
The first shabbat
My brother and me on the first shabbat with all of camp :)
posted on June 25, 2010
A helping hand
During campwide nikayon, Michele found a little friend to help us with our cleaning.
posted on June 23, 2010
We had a few minutes of chofesh during the day, so Matan got out his guitar and we sang for a while. I snapped this picture of Lauren as she was enjoying the...
posted on June 22, 2010
During staff week, we got to be campers again. We went through the peulot which we would be running for our campers, and it was a chance for us to assess what...
posted on June 21, 2010
Funny how cool a simple yellow school bus can be: Marc is from London, and one of the most exciting things about coming to America, he said, was the yellow...
posted on June 20, 2010
This is where we prayed every morning, the makom t'fila
posted on June 18, 2010
Boker Tov is “Good Morning” in Hebrew. בקר טוב
posted on June 17, 2010
Welcome to Tel Yehuda
My first day as a counselor. Well, it's still staff week, but whatever.
posted on June 16, 2010
One of my favorite things about staying at Embassy Suites–besides the amazing omelets every morning–is the ducks that inhabit the lobby's ponds
posted on June 14, 2010
Going through my uncle's incredible record collection, I marveled at how the album art used to be just that: art. No obscene amounts of skin, no seductive...
posted on June 13, 2010
I've always wanted to go on a date to the Farmer's Market.
posted on June 12, 2010