Yesterday many of our families arrived at Amicalola State Park in north Georgia. Many will spend the whole week. Sixteen families in all are here, plus many coming for Shabbat service in the park. And some guests from all over have called to say they’re dropping in.
Honestly, last night we all barely made it in getting set up before sundown. We were all exhausted. Setting up tents (some are in cabins), setting up the giant Sukkah (pix coming tomorrow), setting up the communal fire and tiki torches, hanging lights on the Sukkah and decorations . . . tiring, but worth it.
The real joy begins at night with dinner and sitting up past midnight around the fire. We’re not that serious a bunch, but fun-loving. Activities of a more spiritual and communal learning nature will commence today. Enjoy some more photos: