Some neighborhoods in Israel sprout so many sukkahs, they start looking a little surreal. Especially since this model, with solid planks of wood, really looks like someone’s idea of illegal construction. On rooftops, on porches, between buildings they pop up…
We built our sukkah in the parking lot, outside the kitchen. This year we decided not to run a line for an electric light. We’re going with candles instead.
After decades in which we sat in the communal sukkah in the co-ops on Grand Street, where our participation in building the thing was, basically, by writing a check to the sukkah committee – building our own sukkah is outright heady.
And we don’t have to wait for a table.