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Off the grid: Life in the gates of Heaven

the Great Divide, on the far side of the Rocky Mountains from Denver, lie the Gates of Heaven. More eloquently known by its Hebrew name, Shaare Shamayim, and more colloquially by its nickname, the Frum Farm, its creator wants observant Jews across America to know that those gates are open. Located atop a high mesa and flanked by majestic mountain ranges, Shaare Shamayim is situated near the small town of Hotchkiss in the wide open spaces of Colorado’s Western Slope, a sunny region known for its ranching, farming and fruit orchards. It’s about as Western, and as heavenly, a place as one can find, and if Yedida Fink has her way, it’s destined to become a Jewish place as well. Fink and her husband Yossi, […]
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