Tradescantia Zebrina .:. The Wandering Jew

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Beyond Hope

Chol Ha’moed in Vernon. Which, for those who enjoy geographical puns, is beyond Hope. Yesterday’s adventures included hitting several grocery stores (small and big chains) in search for matzah. None was found. However, the BC Liquor website showed us that one of the locations in town had Manischewitz wine. So we headed over there to procure a bottle, in order to make Manischewitz Mixer Madness. (The name has changed, but it’s still tasty.) While there, the manager showed us the wine he’d ordered in for Passover, even though it seemed none had been purchased. Seeing the wine, however, prompted my father and I to think there might actually be a Jewish community here. Googling hasn’t actually proven our hypothesis.

From the drive up, somewhere along the Coquihalla Highway:

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