Rabbi Mark is off enjoying his well-earned sabbatical this summer, but will be using our BE blog to send us periodic dispatches from the road. Enjoy!
A traditional breakfast of biscuits and grits fueled our “home on wheels” (newly nicknamed Stella Blue by the kids) to reach our weekend destination. My friend’s cabin in Calico Rock, AR, is deep in the woods and literally 10 miles down a narrow dirt road. With the creek in his backyard and fresh trout for dinner, rest, relaxation and re-jew-venation came easily. The cabin was even on Reb Lane (really, what are the chances of finding a weekend address like that). Traversing a warm and flat Kansas freeway now, we’re collectively acknowledging that “there’s no place like home.” After Ft. Collins, CO, we”ll travel to find awe and inspiration in Arches NP. Don’t worry, our KOA campground has confirmed having a pool to help cool us down from the high desert heat.
Sending a Shabbat shalom from the Sunflower State,
Rabbi Mark and the mishpacha