Kibbutz Living

Posted by Rikki

bunny house

Hanging with the horses

A kibbutz is sort of like a camp.  Just a little bit.  You eat, sleep, play and work on a kibbutz.   Just a few days ago, I went to one.  We went to the kibbutz to visit our friends Moshe and Rollie Frank.  Their kibbutz is called Ein Harod.   We ate at the heder ochel (dining room, where everyone on the kibbutz eats together).  See what I mean about camp and the kibbutz? There is even a great pool there.  Sadly, even though it was the hottest day of the week, we did not swim in it.  But, Moshe gave us a great tour of all the animals. We saw sheep getting milked.  We also fed bunnies and horses.  The smells were not too good.  I don’t think I would like to live on a kibbutz because then you have to work and sometimes you don’t want to do the work you are told to do.

Ein Harod with Moshe Frank and Jeremy and Yasmin Zetland

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7 thoughts on “Kibbutz Living

  1. jane

    sounds fun but not the smell 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. Hi Rikki:
    Great info about the kibbutz – thanks for writing! you guys look HOT!! See you in a week!!
    xoxo The Sterns

  3. Sari Grossman

    Sounds like you guys are having fun! I would like being anywhere that was like camp! I’m sure the Goldman girls would too! I wish I could be there with you!
    Sari Bari

  4. Kareen Donegan

    Rikki- great post- it sounds like living on a kibbutz is kind of like life- sometimes you have to do the work you don’t really want to do! Have a safe flight to London where i hope you will indulge in some tea and crumpets and some Yorkie bars! Perhaps you should add sampling chocolate to your itinerary-just a suggestion:) – xoxo- Kareen

  5. Lori Taylor

    loving the posts and the pictures! thanks for keeping us updated.

  6. Ahron says those yucky smells are his favorite! Take an extra whiff for him.

  7. Aunt Judy

    you all look great

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