|This was Jasper's favorite sukkah. It had perhaps the most ambitious construction.|
"The sukkah commemorates the Clouds of Glory which surrounded and protected our ancestors during the forty-year desert sojourn which followed the Egyptian Exodus. Our willingness to leave the security of our homes and spend eight days in a flimsy outdoor hut demonstrates our faith in G‑d and His benevolence." http://www.chabad.org/
|This sukkah was made to resemble a pomegranate.|
|I loved this sukkah, which looked as if it came straight from the Holy Land. The artist|
advised it was "kosher"; adhering to all the requirements of a proper sukkah, and was
nice and calm inside.