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... down the Kiriath-Jearim Ridge Route to the Aijalon valley, past Aijalon and Emmaus-Nicopolis to the site of ancient Gezer. On the way, Chris explained that the Hill Country is characterized by hard, yellowish Cenomanian Limestone, the Shephelah is covered by softer Senonian Limestone, and the Coastal Plain has lots of Eocene. However, in the valleys such as the Aijalon, Sorek, Elah, and Guvrin the bottoms of the valleys are covered with Renzina soil ...
This field study was so exciting because we got to explore an entirely new portion of Israel—the Benjamin Plateau. We loaded up onto the bus with high hopes for the day only to be told to unload so Benj could explain a little more about Kiriath-Jearim before we left. The main thing I took away from the mini-lecture was that Kiriath-Jearim is actually divided into a hill and a city. There is some confusion about the location of the border ...
... centre, an Israeli born in California, who said that his takings were down by some 90%. Travelling in Israel one doesn't feel at all threatened, and life is every bit as normal as it is in Australia. When we were talking in Australia about travelling to Israel, everyone gave us strange looks, almost as though we were planning to go to North Korea or Afghanistan. The reality is that life is just as relaxed as it is back home in Australia. Aside from ...
... br> In talking with one of the Lieutenants, I learned that they would love to have a particular backpack, bullet-proof vest (see pic) but its cost prohibitive. Each one costs about $600. They currently have 27. They would like to have 450.
After discussing this with Bobby the other night on my ride back from Chevron, I learned that buying equipment for the IDF is not that simple and requires some extensive homework. A homework I intend to do. ...
It was a beautiful Sunday morning in Israel. After breakfast, we headed back up north to Jericho, the famous Biblical town and the oldest continuously occupied city in the world. This is occupied territory in the West Bank and there are severe warning signs along the road. Located near the Jordan River, Jericho is a very ancient city whose oldest ruins are those of a settlement dating to 8000 years ...