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Unread 06-11-2006, 08:27 AM   #1
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Eruv for camping

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can someone please provide guidlines for constructing an eruv at a campsite ? Related halachos that might be helpful would also be appreciated..........thanks
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A competant orthodox rabbi should be consulted...
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Unread 06-11-2006, 09:44 PM   #3
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A competant orthodox rabbi should be consulted...
thats been done, im just looking for more...............
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Do Chabadnikim generally hold by using an eruv? What about with babies and strollers etc.?
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Unread 02-17-2011, 01:00 PM   #5
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can someone please provide guidlines for constructing an eruv at a campsite ? Related halachos that might be helpful would also be appreciated..........thanks
You'll need lots of sand and water to mix the cement, but those are readily available at the camp site. You'll also need between 20 and 30 tons of bricks, depending on the size of the camp site. With all of that, I think you can safely build an eruv that any Lubavitcher would hold by.

Well... almost any Lubavitcher.
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There is no reason not to use a eruv around a campsite, as long as the poles are not too far apart, notwithstanding. MTC's attempt at humour. Lemaaseh, there is no issue.
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If the question above is currently relevant (which I doubt, since the original question is about four years old), I have an acquaintance (not Lubavitch) who has been in charge of supervising an eiruv on a yishuv in Israel for many years. I'm sure he would be willing to assist with guidelines if necessary.
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