Dispatch from a Rampaging Camel: Purim 2013 Snapshots

“Having arrived at the Khan (desert lodgings) in the late afternoon, we dropped off our black duffle bag, brown baby diaper bag and two faded fatigue back packs. Next, we embarked on a brief stroll of the area surrounding the Khan, a region rife with the remains of many cultures, from the dawn of history and to this very day.

In true holiday spirit, my wife and I donned costumes. Jonathan, full-time brother-in-law and part-time ace navigator, snapped a picture of the occasion: me, looking like a befuddled Freemason gazing blankly eastward in my maroon-colored fez; Debbie, wearing a brown rounded cap with protruding gold-colored horns – the personification of a bedraggled Viking; our daughter looking deliciously contemptuous – either annoyed at the desert in her midst or the paparazzi in her face or both…”

To get a glimpse of a holiday weekend filled with lazy camels, incredible vistas, little firemen and chunky chiefs, please read the entire dispatch as it appears in The Algemeiner:

http://www.algemeiner.com/2013/02/27/dispatch-from-a-rampaging-camel-purim-2013-snapshots/

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