Mitzpe Ramon Guest House
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... for survival purposes) to crawl our way out of the water like life emerging from the sea.
As an aside, Katie has charmed my classmates and their wives and their and our new friends and, as I suspected, really bonded with Rabbi Norman and Father Jim. I suspect that this posting is in stark contrast with the news coming out of the Middle East.I can only say, "Shalom” and “Peace” (however fragile it maybe) from here in Israel.
... were able to remove the boat from under the shoreline without destroying it using a process which was quite fascinating.
Following our Sea of Galilee experiences, we traveled over to the town of Chorazin. We were reminded of Matthew 11:22 ff where Jesus condemned Chorazin, Bethsaida and Capernaum for their unbelief. The ruins there are fascinating and well preserved. We were especially impressed by the remains of the ...
... and back. What a way to start!! Not sure if I picked up a bug or just jet lag. Either way, it has been no fun!! I'm up now but still not feeling 100%.
I promise to get my first thoughts and such down in the next day or two as I feel better. I'm also having some problems with off loading pictures from the phone to my computer so will have to catch up there also..
... lifestyle. There were also flocks of sheep and goats being grazed along the road and camels. And of course the "Beware of Camels near the Road" signs - forget the kangaroos, I'd hate to hit one of them!
We had another stop at a Sde Boker, the kibbutz where Ben Gurion lived kibbutz after his retirement and where he and his wife are now buried overlooking the Zin Crater. We had a walk to see the view and also saw lots of ...
... than what we'd just
done, or turn back, knowing that the past hour had been a waste of time and
energy. Unfortunately, I felt that the serious descents that lay ahead were not
possible given the state of my wrenched knee. Otherwise we would have continued
on. But no, it was back, down what we'd spent an hour climbing, then further
dropping down through Nachal Mador, where we'd planned to meet Danon, our
Bedouin 4*4 bush taxi driver. We