Armon Yam Hotel
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... kibbutz called Gat where a family friend was kind enough in putting me in contact with a lovely family there. I found it a real struggle going from such a fast-paced, lively environment with people around me to being alone in the middle of nowhere. The family I was staying with, the mother was away, children away and father was at work. This wasn't the case for my whole time here but it was for the beginning. My lack of sleep caught up on me ...
... way all through the city and did not preserve any of the strati that is so critical for dating. Despite their ravaging, we were able to glean several insights about Gezer's history and note several important archeological features of the site.
The history of Gezer began around 2000 BC—at that point in time it was a city-state; it did not become an official part of a nation-state until the Late Bronze Age. Pharaoh Shishanq's father, ...
... dinner for her birthday. We got her all dressed up and led her to the marina and she has no idea. She though we may have sinister plans but was nearly in tears when she saw everyone who came. It was a pretty fun day, and just like yesterday I'm very happy. Not only because we've had some good times here, but also because I can feel God sustaining me and giving me ...
... pottery washing, she and I and a few other people went to the lab to sort metal artifacts. I had never been there before. Sorting metals was really messy. The artifacts we were dealing with were found in the 1980s and 90s and many of the bags were old and falling apart. We had to change these bags and took inventory of others. It was so weird finding that some of the bags were older than me and were still in good shape. Dr. Stager gave a lecture ...
... in the early 1900 and then consistently excavated since 1989 so there is a lot to see. . . I think . . . onto the pictures!
Here is what you drive up to . . .it doesn't look like much but what is hidden below is wondrous!
The pictures below are not necessarily in order of what we did or where we were . . .I sorted them by subject.