We get 2-3 eggs per day from 3 hens. That’s not quite enough, so we decided to add a few more potential egg layers. Here are 2 good looking ones out of 6. I hope they are all females.
A race through a historical little town of Bethlehem. You know.. the one mentioned in the bible.
An unplanned route this morning. Drove along highway 1 towards Jericho, parked at a gas station, and started following a dried riverbed into a no man’s land that seems like million miles away from any civilization.
A very thick olive tree in Hebron, probably more than a 1000-years-old.
A snapshot from a 4K video of a church outreach outing at Jericho; of a mother and her child with a Down syndrome.
The mother serves us a most excellent lunch! Palestinian hospitality is something we can all learn from.
This the longest stairway I have ever climbed in Israel, probably close to 1/4 of a mile. It’s a bit north of Even Sapir.
The outer wall of the Old City between the Lions and Flowers Gate.
Stopped briefly on the way to the Jerusalem Forest. The building probably took some ingenious engineering. I wonder how many people the structure is rated for..
Too slippery to run this morning, but went for a short walk around Hebrew University, Jerusalem. I thought I was back in Minnesota!