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we have been to so manny places and had to take in so many things ... more to come ive just got 2 go . here is some more about my eventfull outings, but this is in a different desert to jerico, it is in angedi, near elijahs well:May 17th and 18th, 2007
We had an exciting trip to the Dead Sea. Starting
about 8:30 in the morning we all drove out to Ein Gedi
National Park. Here we hiked to Dodim’s Cave and swam
beneath waterfalls. It was a beautiful day! Some of us
finished the day a little redder than when we had
Later we drove to the Dead Sea and ate sack lunches
and attempted to swim. Due to the water’s high mineral
concentration it is not advisable to swim or splash –
just float. When you get out, it feels like you just
had a bath in olive oil. It was a very slimy
experience. We were short on time and rushed straight
to a desert Bedouin community. There we rode camels
and drank Turkish coffee (nasty!) The camel ride was
awesome. I was really happy with my camel and named
him Bob. We had an enjoyable evening around the
campfire, singing praise songs with Kish playing
guitar, and getting to know the other people there for
the night. We retired to the Bedouin tents and slept
on mats, which were not particularly comfortable. Oh,
and they were dirty. At about 4 a.m. we had a close
encounter with the local wildlife: a fox had entered
our tent and was rummaging through one of the intern’s
cookie bags. Rob caught it red-handed with his
flashlight and saved us all from the hungry beast. In
the morning we had some crackers and sweet tea before
heading to Be’er Sheva.
We visited a Canadian-Israeli artist named Rick in
Arad, who sculpts large-scale and beautiful pieces on
powerful subjects like the Holocaust. He explained his
works and shed light on what they meant, and overall
the time we spent there was solemn and reflective.
Next we went to Omer, just outside Beersheva, where me
met up with Steve and Mary Ann, who are involved with
an up and coming house of prayer there. They took us
to Beersheva National Park to visit Abraham’s well and
the remains of ancient Beersheva. It was a very good
and full trip, and all of us tired interns who piled
in the van could hardly keep our eyes open on the ride
by the way this blog is thanks to christen. a verry efficent lass who actually wrote most of it. I am afraid so much is happenng i often cannot recall details and am in a constant catch mode to process all that i am experiencing and thinking and receving.
bratz sleeping bag
I got this sleeping bag on ebay it came with a bratz suitcase and it was expencive it was $50!
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