Teva Chug: How to Stay Dry in a Downpour
It poured with rain yesterday. It hailed, too. It sounded like an entire percussion band was playing on the roof of the Beit Midrash.
Americans might be used to such summer weather, but many of our Israeli contingent were somewhat taken by surprise and watched the downpour with interest and delight.
Our campers were entertained with indoor activities until the weather improved, but some of them would have much preferred to be outside, testing the shelters they had recently been building in the woods.
Noah Slovin, Rosh Teva (nature) explains what campers have been learning about staying dry outside.