Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Thankful Shiloh isn't Surrounded by Forests and Parks

The other morning, while riding to work in Kochav Hashachar, which is southeast of Shiloh, I took a good look at the view, at the land and lack of trees once we passed the small groves of olive trees and some vineyards just past Shvut Rachel.

on the way to Kochav Hashachar

entrance of Kochav Hashachar

Just outside of Shiloh

As you can see from the photos, it's the barrenness surrounding Shiloh and the communities to the east that saved us from the aishtafada.

If you remember, a few months ago, there was a fire started to the west of Shiloh which burnt down some olive trees. But since it wasn't near enough to any yishuv, nobody was in any real danger.

Gd willing, the rain will keep us all safe for awhile, and our government will wisen up and start executing Arab terrorists without trials. But that's another post...

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