Shavuot: what it *really* looks like

It’s time to collect those cheesecake crumbs and put off thoughts of evil desserts until next year. Or the next Jewish holiday. But Shavuot wouldn’t be Shavuot without some pictures from the shindig on my moshav. Traditionally, moshavs and kibbutzes are the place to be on Shavuot – tractors get to race against each other, horses trot across the landscape, grown men have an excuse to wear dresses and dance with sticks, and fathers get to relive their kite-flying days (or even high as a kite days)…so next year, if you’re here in Israel, I’d highly recommend a visit to a moshav/kibbutz.

Here are a few pictures of Shavuot on the moshav. Enjoy!


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