Masada Will Never Die Again

It’s late. It’s been a long day. I’m in Jordan now. Before coming here today we did lots of awesome stuff, much of which I’m too tired to remember, but it included a tram ride up to Masada. Amazing. And HOT. We’re talking 104 Fahrenheit, based on what my phone said.

Photo from The upper part of King Herod’s palace at Masada.

Oh, yeah. We went to Ein Geddi. Where David cut off the hem of Saul’s robe and told him to quit trying to kill him. It’s also where many of the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in a cave up on the mountainside.

This is an ibek mother and her baby at Ein Geddi.
Ruins at Ein Geddi

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