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... guess what? A mushroom! Ha-ha. The day is pretty hot at this point (how did I manage to live in Venezuela for 30 years?), so is a good thing we get out of the bus just for few minutes then we jump back to it, with air conditioner. Another interesting thing to see here is the Smelting Furnace. An ancient copper-smelting furnace from the Egyptian period at Timna. We also saw The Miners Temple and The Solomon's Pillars. The pillars are not man made and apparently are related ...
... I was shocked to learn that the ground the bus parked on and that we stepped out onto was probably littered with hordes of archeological treasures. There was an extremely rich dig site right next to us that had not yet been completed and was filled with all sorts of old pottery, loom weights, and random other treasures that make archeologists go wild.
Not only the home of a human giant, but also a giant among Tells, Gath looms above ...
... too hot and crowded. In this very rugged landscape on the shores of the Dead Sea, the plateau of Masada is unique in that it is the only such area which is surrounded totally by steep cliffs. The story of Masada is a central part of Jewish history, and the amazing ruins, the story of the Jewish defenders and their mass suicide is one which is familiar to all Israelis. The full story can be found at: ...
... from the Gaza strip. We visited one of her girlfriends who lived in the newest of these - a 3 year old settlement called 'Shalomit'. Re'out's family was one of the first 3 families to settle in Shlomit. Her husband, a rabbi, had moved the family 3 years ago from a nice house north of Jerusalem (in the West Bank) to build a hayeshiva (a religious school) in one of the new settlements here. Now that his job is done, the family are being ...
... Along the way, I could see the fence. This separates Israel from the West Bank. It had barbed wire and a security access road for the patrols. All seemed quiet. We rode about 60km and it was good to get on the bike again.
The forecast was for 41 degrees and it really got hot. We spent the day quietly in the Finkelman home writing the blog and I managed a light nap.
Iris cooked us a delicious dinner and Nitzi made a yummy cheesecake for dessert.