Ulpan camp is a challenge for everyone. The routine of waking up and going every morning is a little hard after weeks of idle time, and the initial lessons are a bit elementary. But at least they have something to do while Chaim and I run errands.
We went to our neighbors Friday night. We are amazed at our English the parents are and how Israeli their children are. We also met the dog that barks at night. Sheleg is a big white animal that sighs loudly.
We ate our first cholent in our cottage. It’s a little tight in the kitchen to set up the cholent pot, the hot water, and be able to prepare, but it has been very nice to cook for ourselves.