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Banias / Caesarea Philippi, Israel

In or around the last decade before the Common Era, the city of Caesarea Philippi was commissioned by Philip the Tetrarch, a son of Herod the Great. 407 more words

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Mt Hermon Series: Pancake Breakfast

One day during the week you can sign up to go on an early morning hike and they have a killer pancake breakfast.  It’s a great setting, and breakfast feels well worth it after the trek up the hill.  18 more words

Mt Hermon Series: Ropes Course

Sarah is literally sitting right next to me and still won’t write one of these posts. She’s obsessed with twitter and Kenneth Bone. One of my favorite activities at camp was the ropes course. 37 more words

Mt Hermon Series: Ping Pong & Pool

Mt Hermon is full of random activities you can do at nearly all hours of the day.  We tried to make the most of it including some pool and plenty of ping pong.  16 more words

Mt Hermon Series: Santa Cruz

Welp, you’re stuck with me.  Sarah’s lost in the deep dark world of searching for something to watch on Netflix. As I mentioned in the last post we took the train down to Santa Cruz.  65 more words

Mt Hermon Series: Train Day

Sarah’s too busy catching up on Narcos so I’m stuck with another post.  One day during the week all the usual activities are cancelled and everyone goes into Santa Cruz either by bike, hiking, or best of all via the train.  90 more words

Mt Hermon Series: Spike Ball

We spent a week with the Taylor/Moe clan up at a family camp called Mt Hermon. We have  loads of photos and stories so we thought we’d try and break it up into a few separate posts.  74 more words