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... pulley system. It was all quite remarkable. Perhaps I can try this with my tomato plants next year? Next stop was Shezaf, a non-political settlement, as yet not officially approved, residential development. They have intentionally built a religiously pluralistic community where both secular & religiously observant Jews live in harmony. Currently, 15 young families, including 18 babies, live there. Five of these families hosted us for dinner under the sky. They were so welcoming ...
... waves, and of Jesus walking on the water. It is quite moving to hear and read these portions of Scripture while actually being in a boat on the actual sea where these miracles occurred; it was also quite moving to sing "When Peace Like a River" together in worship. It was a beautiful service. After the service was over and while sailing over to the other side of the lake, the local sailors taught us a native Israeli dance to Israeli music which ...
... If you haven't been to the Toronto airport, at least in the international section they have a pretty impressive waiting area There are tablets at every seat and all around the tables.When you want to order you just click on attendant . . .very nice.
Mark found me without any problems. Took a taxi from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Hung out in the apartment in the afternoon and went for a nice dinner at Polly's along ...
... 500ml of fresh squeezed juice, coffee, a small loaf of bread with spreads and then dessert - muesli, fruit and yoghurt and pancakes. The other was an Israeli Breakfast which had Shakshuka (eggs fried on mixed, chopped tomatoes with onion and garlic) as the egg option. We made some sandwiches with the extra bread and salads. Then took our coffees to walk along the beach.
Naor met us and we made our way south towards the ...
... another 15 minutes along a knife edged slanted cliff, until
you re-read the book and realize that there's been a mistake. Guess which type
of missed turn-off this was? Now for
another first. Call it a meltdown, a brainfade, a kriza, dropping or losing
the plot, spitting the dummy. I had it all. When I realized that I'd spent 12,000
calories climbing a near vertical incline, had reached the highest point on
this leg ,all for nothing AND now had to do it all ...