It's time again to rejoice in the sukkah for the Festival of Booths, better known to us as Succot! If you are unfamiliar, it is the Biblical festival where we build temporary huts (or booths) and are commanded to dwell and rejoice in them for seven days. While we are rejoicing, we are to give a 'wave offering' of the produce of the Land (of Israel) - in our case, it's the lulav & etrog. The lulav consists of date palm, myrtle and willow along with the etrog from the citron tree. An etrog is a bright yellow citrus fruit (looks like an overgrown lemon, actually) that is grown in the Land that has the most delicious and unusual fruity-perfume-ish smell.
This is the stamp I carved for my Festival traditional letterbox, I'm guessin' back in 2006. It's even on crumbly stuff!
And, here we are last year in our shul sukkah...