Isrotel Ramon Inn
Travel Blogs from Mizpe Ramon
... 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 ...
... two boats together before we sang some worship songs/hymns and listened to a message by Dr. Nyquist. He appropriately spoke of passages from the gospels addressing events that happened on the Sea of Galilee. It was good to be reminded of the Lord's sovereignty over all as he spoke of Peter and the disciples catching an enormous catch of fish after Jesus instructed them to cast their nets on the other side of the boat, of Jesus calming the storm ...
... Israel and I am so excited!!
I'm not even going to tell you when I'm coming home because I don't want to think about it at the moment.
Not sure how often I will update this . . .just remember that all comments are public and that I will still get email at email@example.com
Until my next posting . . .
I had an easy flight to Israel. Actually got into Toronto 20 ...
Naor had to do a presentation for his study this morning so after packing the car (memories of our time together in Tanzania) we caught a bus to the beach with Gali.
We went to a restaurant opened and run by a kibbutz for breakfast. It was right across from the beach so a lovely outlook.
We ordered 3 breakfasts between the 4 of us and struggled to eat it all!! We had 2 Mediterranean Breakfasts which each had choice of eggs, a bowl ...
... to our pick up
point. As has so often happened, there was a breakdown in communication between
us and the book. In this case, and upon rereading it numerous times, the book
described what we had to do inaccurately and we subsequently missed the turn
off. Sometimes you miss a turn off, back
track a few minutes and no harm done. And sometimes you miss a turn off, climb
an ascent that is equally as hard, if not more so than the one you did 4 hours