Israel Tour, Day 9: Quick update – archaeology is happening

We spent the first half of the morning digging at tel Tamar, and I am officially filthy. We have quite a bit or Roman and Nabatean pottery, but there is talk of a strike from the sifters. They want to visit the crocodile farm, believe it or not. It is hot, but not as hot as it could be.

On the up side, I am enjoying a homemade stuffed pepper with hummus and pita.

3 thoughts on “Israel Tour, Day 9: Quick update – archaeology is happening

    • You can ask Ryan, I did not hike with them. It was beautiful an hour later when I saw it!

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  1. Hmmm…digging in the dirt or looking at crocodiles laying around doing nothing. Not sure which one might be more exciting – but I’d pick digging in the dirt. We can see crocodiles at the zoo! Hummus and peppers sounds fabulous.

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