Kibbutz

Kibbutz I had just turned twenty when I first visited the kibbutz the year was And so begins this story of a young man s adventure into the helter skelter world of life as a volunteer on a kibbutz Like t

  • Title: Kibbutz
  • Author: Joseph Kennedy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I had just turned twenty when I first visited the kibbutz the year was 1990 And so begins this story of a young man s adventure into the helter skelter world of life as a volunteer on a kibbutz.Like thousands before him, Joseph Kenny had arrived in search of sun, excitement, beers by open fires, new friendships, and scantily clad Swedish girls picking ripe fruit from t I had just turned twenty when I first visited the kibbutz the year was 1990 And so begins this story of a young man s adventure into the helter skelter world of life as a volunteer on a kibbutz.Like thousands before him, Joseph Kenny had arrived in search of sun, excitement, beers by open fires, new friendships, and scantily clad Swedish girls picking ripe fruit from the trees However, things took an unprecedented turn when a man he d never heard of before, Saddam Hussein, invaded Kuwait, and war loomed in the Middle East.With 4am starts, disgruntled chickens, sparse surroundings and the imminent prospect of incoming scud missiles, Joseph s thoughts inevitably turned to home Then one morning he met a young Israeli girl, and everything changed His life and hers Forever.

    One thought on “Kibbutz”

    1. Pretty GoodA pretty good book about a rare experience I was not aware of. I had read about Kibbutz before but never an insiders view.

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