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... to see one "in the wild", as most of our travelers had never seen one at all.
Traveling further west, all the way to the coast, we visits Rosh Hanikra. This is a complex of limestone cliffs, right on the coastline, where the water has eroded its way inside and formed caves and grottoes. I'm not sure I captured it well, but the water is SO blue... in fact many shades of blue and green.
There is also wildlife ...
... br> After exploring every nook and cranny of the castle, we continued down the trail to the river. Problem was, when we arrived, we found that the river was bone dry. It was basically just a path made of rounded stones in the middle of the forest. There was a single 4'x2' patch of water hidden away in a corner, but as it was full of some sort of an imal eggs, we weren't going to disturb ...
... about this northern city! Josh 11v1 records Jabin being the king and it was the predominant ruling city in the region. Joshua conquered it and burnt it to the ground as instructed. However, they did not 'possess' it - and the Canaanites eventually retook it. Jabin became a 'title' and that's why Jabin is mentioned again later in scripture (many would argue this repeat of Jabin detracts from the Bibles' validity).
The archeologist ...
... has seen many explosions and helicopters dropping bombs from this place. I can't describe how strange it was to be in that spot at this time in this world.
We drove back on our ATVs and arrived at our hotel (in another Kibbutz). The rooms were really nice! The lobby hosted a 'sing-a-long' for us- none of us knew what to expect. At dinner (earlier we ate dinner at a winery, it was really good!) the organizers bought 40 bottles of wine so we popped some open for the sing-a-long. ...
... very pretty grottoes because they are all sorts of exciting colors. Some of the walls are purple, some are teal. All of them have nice echoes of the water lapping at them.
One thing we saw while we were there was that there was a kayak trip to the grottoes, so this weekend, we joined that: http://www.kayaksailinisrael.com/
It starts on a beach just south of the grottoes. You get ...