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Pic 7 shows you a little of the waterfront in downtown Eilat, which was actually quite quiet on this particular day. We spent just enough time to grab a bite for lunch, and we boarded the bus for the long (but really not that long considering we were traveling 1/2 the length of the country) trip back to Mashabim.
On the way back to our home away from home, we made one more stop just before sunset. This was at ...
... and frugal the cycles of nature are. Although technology has made life so much easier and safer, it has drastically and irredeemably interfered with the inherent sense of the universe.
We had hoped we would be able to engage more with kibbutz life the rest of the day, but there was no way to do that. So we drove to Timna park, and had some amazing hikes. Pictures the desert, very similar to the southwest, but browner, with miles and miles of mountains ...
... Beersheba is, however, probably located underneath the large metropolitan city that still bears the same name. Tel Sheva is located in the biblical Negev, and its name, "Tel Sheva" is a play on words meaning both "seven wells" and "seven oaths." This refers to the accounts of both Abraham and Isaac's encounters with Abimelech at Gerar where they offered up seven sheep in order to establish a covenant/oath between the two of them because of a ...
... Every meal was a feast for the eyes and palate. As we boarded the bus, we met up with some ibex who weren't the least bit concerned with us.
Our first stop was the Ramon Crater in the Wilderness of Zin. Looking out across the immense expanse of this lifeless terrain made a big impression about the harshness of the land. Moses had to lead his people around this mess of a place for 38 years. I can ...
... cooler like cooing system. Just inside the one structure we toured were more than 20 varieties of tomatoes. Each plant was 15-feet tall and each stalk was 12 meters long. They grow 10 months a year; from July through May. Each plant is trimmed so each stalk sees the sun. The root ball is wrapped in plastic so a minimal amount of water is needed & the water goes right to the root, therefore using less energy to get to the root. The height & width of each plant is controlled ...