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A modern ten plagues
Ramah Outdoor Adventure is a place where we are able to live intentional Jewish lives. Judaism comes alive and is filled with personal meaning.
My intention was to write an extended post for the Adar newsletter about the progress we have made this past month.Â But God had other plans, and my wife, Dina Danon, gave birth today to a beautiful baby boy a few weeks early.Â My writing abilities have been severely curtailed and I am not going Continue Reading »
We are what we eat. Eat healthy, be health and have a more fulfilled time at camp.
Once a Ramahnik, always a Ramahnik
I write this update having just returned from an afternoon at the Ramah in the Rockies Ranch.Â We needed a 4 wheel drive vehicle to access the camp today, but once we reached the grounds it was amazing to drive around the pristine ranch.Â As is the case in so much of Colorado this time Continue Reading »
Weinstein was a rejuvenating and educational week!
Thoughts on the New Year: It has been a few weeks since last writing.Â The month of December was a blur, with travel (two trips to Texas, one to N. California) and vacation.Â But it is now 2010, which means that the summer is just around the corner.Â So first some updates, then some musings: Continue Reading »
The votes are in and the new edot (unit) ×¢×“×•×ª names have been chosen! Over the past three months over 570 people cast their vote.Â They selected from numerous choices, including twenty-five new names that focused on our activities in the Rockies such as Sayarim (rangers) ×¡×™×™×¨×™× and Bokarim (cowboys) ×‘×•×§×¨×™×.Â We hoped that by Continue Reading »
Two winners in first week of camp raffle