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... buried in mud in the Sea of Galilee during a drought year. Very unusual for something made of wood to be preserved for that long. It is not presented as a boat that Christ would have used, tho the possibility is not discounted, but as a fisherman's boat similar to that of the era the apostles would have used. The story of finding the boat and restoring it was quite interesting. Next up was a visit to a site dedicated to Mary Magdalene, featuring an ...
... of late. We did see a lot of construction during our drive to lunch. We arrived at lunch about 45minutes late.
Iris and Yaron had selected a restaurant near the northern border on the edge of the Golan Heights - an Italian restaurant called Foccacia. The food was very good. The wine was a local 'Yarden' gerwuztraminer - yumm. Ronnen left us after lunch to return to Tel Aviv and we headed for Tiberius on the shores of the Sea ...
... very good (couldn't say the same about our Hebrew) and Jim and Micky had some great talks over the time we were there. Sometimes they had a bit of trouble getting across what they meant but they managed to figure it out.
After some leftovers for dinner and showers we had to say our goodbyes to Gali as we wouldn't see her in the morning. Then it was time for the last minute packing and then bed ready for our early start in the morning.
We had an early start to our day. Our first stop was the JNF-Lavi Forest, where we all planted trees. Annette and I planted 3 trees, in memory of our cousin Jeff Atlin, and friends Lou Pomerance, and Barb Rogoz. Frank and Sarah also planted 3 trees. They told us our day to water them was tuesdays, so I guess we have to keep coming back.
From there we headed north up to the old city of Tsfat, also spelled Tzfat or Safed. It is very popular with ...
... they built on top of them), we were able to downclimb the rocks and dip a hand in the Sea of Galilee. (There are swimming beaches, but they were all closed as it is winter.)
We made a quick stop right up the road to put a hand in the Jordan River. This was the section upstream of the Sea of Galilee, which wasn't quite as interesting as the downstream section where Jesus was probably (allegedly?) baptized, but we stopped anyway, in case, due ...