Map indicating Pnei Kedem's location, somewhere between Jerusalem and Hebron, a bit to the east.
We all met at the bus station pretty early. The bus ride from Jerusalem to Pnei Kedem can take an hour. Unlike Efrat or Tekoa, Pnei Kedem doesn't have it's own express road into Jerusalem just yet. Maybe some day, once the place gets a bit larger.
One thing is for sure, if you like quiet, you'll love Pnei Kedem
Anyway, we set to work.
You can't see it here, but the wind was so strong, it was pretty much impossible to paint while standing on a ladder. I would get halfway up and be blown clear. Locals report that sometimes the winds are so powerful they can tear the roof right off of a trailer.