Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Rosh Tzurim

Back from Cuba, had a great time.... the weather was amazing.... it was just very relaxing......


ok.. back to buisness. Im usually pretty good at finding things on the 'net and can usually find what im looking for, except with Rosh Tzurim, one of the yishuvim in the gush that we are planning on visiting. I Just cant find any pictures of the yishuv.
If anyone out there is reading and has any, please send them over to almostaliyah@gmail.com.. Thanks!

6 comments:

Beth said...

Hi! I came upon your blog via search for Rosh Tzurim; I am also looking for info on their (new)community. There really isn't much out there, it seems. Google has a satelite map.(http://maps.google.com/maps?z=15&ll=31.6686,35.1238&t=k&q=Israel)

Right now we live in the Golan, but we are looking to move closer to Yerushalayim.

I wish you all the best in your plans -- aliyah is not easy BUT it is so worth it!!

Have you visited Rosh Tzurim yet? Please post if you have any more info, thanks!

David said...

HI Beth...

Have not visited yet, planning on visit this july. we have copy of the plans , looks very nice...
are you planning on visiting soon? heard anything?

David said...

I live five minutes from there. If there is some aspect of Rosh Tzurim that you'd like to see, just let me know and I'll head over there with my digital camera.

David said...

BTW, the photo offer was from treppenwitz (Too many David's out there to keep track!)

David said...

Hi David,
WOW a personal photo friday... thats mighty nice of you!

You seem to be really busy, i dont want to put you out but if your on the way or going there , it would be a huge help!!!...
we are very excited to come visit in July for the house hunt and we are dying to get a sense of the yishuv before we come...

THANKS!!!

David said...

Almost four years after these posts, and there still isn't much out there on Rosh Tzurim. Has anyone found pictures or any recent information they can share? We're planning a pilot trip and want to learn more about Rosh Tzurim. Thanks!