Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles) is also one of the three pilgrim festivals to be celebrated annually by biblical Israel.  Coming at the conclusion of the agricultural harvest, it calls for the constructing of booths (sukkahs) for Jewish families to basically camp out in gratitude not only for an abundant harvest but as a commemoration of God’s good care of Israel during the wilderness wanderings.  It’s eight days conclude with Simchat Torah (rejoicing over the Law) as the annual reading cycle closes and recommences.