Category Archives: Life on the Moshav

A walk in the Moshav

Rita and I often go for walks in our moshav and most of the time we forget the camera. Fortunately, on our most recent walk we remembered the camera because it is the most beautiful time of year here. The … Continue reading

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The Not so Itsy Bitsy Spider

So this Friday morning, Dave found a huge spider in our sink and quickly ran into his room, took care of him.  Seriously, this thing was huge, 20 inches in diameter, ok ok I’m lying, it was only 2 inches … Continue reading

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Meet Chaya Puppaya

Well, I guess at this point it’s official, we have a new addition to the Marginian family.  Her name is Chaya.  Here are a few fun facts about our new family member. Name:  Chaya Puppaya Marginian Age:  6-8 weeks Life … Continue reading

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The Day of the Stray (dog)

Yesterday morning Rita and I went on a long run in the grapefruit tree fields.  Towards the end of the run we were heading back to our house and I heard a puppies cries.  I quickly looked to the left and saw … Continue reading

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Israeli Hospitality

On Saturday Rita and I stopped by the supermarket to pick up a few items for dinner.  There are two supermarkets in Kiryat Gat and since we can’t read Hebrew we refer to them by the color of their sign.  … Continue reading

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Jogging in the Moshav

Rita and I enjoy jogging and it turns out that Sde Moshe is a great place to jog.  It seems like there is an endless amount of trails and farm fields to explore.  We currently have three runs: Short run … Continue reading

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Our House

We were very lucky to find the house we are living in while we are in Israel (Thanks Jon and Carrie).  It is in a small moshav close to the Negev desert.  A Moshav is a farming community that consists … Continue reading

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