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... of the lake were great. We saw large numbers of Canada geese flying through the air and floating across the lake. Despite the snow and holiday, there were quite a few other people on the trail this morning. When we finished up the loop back at the nature center, we hiked along a few of the nature trails. Unlike the ...
... for an hour or so in the snow. It was coming down pretty good, but the temperature was above freezing so the snow was very wet and heavy. In an hour or so, I was pretty wet and cold and ready to go back indoors. I got some pictures of birds in the backyard on the feeders and we shoveled the driveway for her aunt and uncle. In the evening, we went to see Hunger ...
... at $12.50 per person, it was a little expensive. But we really wanted to get this waterfall, and there are actually quite a few in a short walk around the property. A big winter storm was in the forecast, so we were fortunate to make it before they closed for the season. Talking to the lady who sold us our tickets, she suspected that this would be the last day the falls were open. And with few other visitors, we mostly had the area ...
... Our Palestinian guide, "Ramsy" was a Christian (Greek Orthodox) Palestinian.
· The Shepherd's Church is about 3 kilometers from the Church of the Nativity which can be seen in the distance, up some steep hills and marked by 3 spires (one for the Armenian; one for the Greek Orthodox; and one for the Roman Catholic Church.
· As a result of ...
... Bank is the largest area of the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It is also one of Israel's most biblical landscapes--low rolling hills, dotted with dusty olive trees, grazing donkeys and goats, rocky terraces, Bedouin encampments. But it is one of the most politically tense areas in the Middle East. Its 21st century landscape is scarred by the Israel "Separation Barrier". The Palestinian's call it ...