This week the blog has been showing you some of the three different types of intentional communities that our group visited last Friday.
They all belong to the Ramat Negev Regional Council in southern Israel.
Here is the Council's "city hall" in the desert.
Our next stop was Kfar Retamim, a religious community/ yeshuv kehilati.
They started small in 2006 and today they are 180 adults and 280 children.
A member (with his first-born holding his hand) explained to our group how it works.
But why not hear it from this 6-minute video. Enjoy the young woman's enthusiasm!
And more info and a map are here.
I'll be showing you two surprising things at Retamim in the coming posts.
Happy Thanksgiving to the friends in America.
UPDATE: Online info about Retamim.