Anyway, back to the pictures! The second picture is a view of the corner of our building. We're on the corner of Hayarden and Hayarkon (named after rivers. In fact, "nachal" means river, so a lot of the streets in Ramat Beit Shemesh Aleph are named after them). Our large mirpeset faces Hayarden; ours is the only one that does in our building. See the wood at the top? That's a pergola, which is used for putting schok (sp?) over your sukkah. We have a tarp ordered at the hardware store since all of our extra stuff is stored out there and the pigeons like to live us little presents... Yuck! Our smaller mirpesset is in the front of the building, right above the front door.
Okay, the 2nd picture should be the first and the 1st should be the second. The next picture is the front view of our building from closer up. If you look closely, you can see me in the mirpeset above the door!
It won't let me download any more pictures, so I'll do some more in another post.