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איריס_ד  
#1 Posted : Thursday, April 30, 2009 2:05:15 AM(UTC)
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This trip I traveled with friends who are travelling a lot, so I debated including orbit I was thinking about the section between Beit Meir (by remote) to Aleppo, but in a conversation with one of the participants agreed that all more or less fit and decided to add the section break that starts in the parking lot of the Burma Road.

The hike to the trailhead 21 malt, before in order and return to prototypes was great and immediate satisfaction.

The difficulty was in coming off the road near Beit Meir to allies (mostly on the blue). The trip is set to medium difficulty level, and Zvi Gilat writes all the trip very easy parking only on Burma, is a medium difficulty level. So this is not ... The descent to the cave she allies tear! There's a free agent (why not put there to support pegs) and went down slowly and with difficulty. None of us was easy, and two people came down exhausted.

Thereafter, the easy passage of the start of tour: walk and hold wide bike trail between trees and natural woodlands. Walking in the Sun, is large, and one at the beginning of the section farther question. Who knows this – he long, and obviously you can't enjoy if want to come anymore.

I think this way, but I thought hataiiph monochrome (thanks to Moose Gilat told O'Neill) and basically this stopped us moving part of the trip.

Moreover, one of the participants decided that it reduces the amount of water and the amount of water I wrote him an email and he brought a litre and a half.

It was a hot day and they all gave him a finished rowing, and when we got to the long road we've been on the end of the water.

Eventually, I went alone to the end of the track to get the car that was waiting for us in Aleppo, and asked the members of the group, who departed from the field and to collect them, from hashoeva once I finish the course.

I realize that's just the way the long relief, that she wasn't going to give up because it's easy, actually was. Other parts greatly enjoyed despite the difficulty.

Although ultimately everyone said they enjoyed it, I feel very rested, because I was responsible for organizing the trip and itinerary, and missed.

Lessons learned: apparently I am in shape, therefore I must more careful next time, rather than assume for granted that others are able to walk like me, even if they say they do.

Make sure there is enough water for everyone on the track.

For a group who still don't know, select a short significantly of time we have. Below the adjusted and positioned according to ability and fitness of the group.

I would describe this trip a trip request.

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#2 Posted : Thursday, April 30, 2009 1:17:54 PM(UTC)
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You're right. The descent to difficult allies at all;

This is one of many from misguided information that the book of Bill.

We have distributed it. The walk from B'nai B'rith is a monotonous and the trouble here.

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#3 Posted : Thursday, April 30, 2009 5:10:43 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = IRIS _ d]

. Although ultimately everyone said they enjoyed it, I feel very rested, because I was responsible for organizing the trip and itinerary, and missed.

E no reason to feel uncomfortable.

As in charge of organizing and finding a pathways once a month on average for a group of 15 people, I can say that there will always be surprises. Even if you take a stroll on the banks of the River, there will always be something to spoil expectations. In my example it obviously hayarkon Street.

Or it's too flat, or too many ups and downs. The man who was supposed to bring dried fruit canceled at the last minute. Or worst case, and rain filled them all with water and mud.

If you take a bunch of people and get them from point A to point B, as planned, it has been considered to complete the task, in my opinion. All the things that happen in unexpected way in the profession where I work are called feature rather than a bug.

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#4 Posted : Thursday, April 30, 2009 10:29:01 PM(UTC)
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The IRIS, this point saved me.  And the story is like this. On Memorial day we began, me and the friend from the ASA at Latrun (official language seven Division junction) at 7:30 o'clock we already prepare you started, at Memorial Hospital the evening before my friend said he doesn't feel good about, but it comes only to the first section, up from Memorial Hospital. (I wish the culvert, taller, which passes route 38, is life threatening to cross the road, so we crossed beneath the road, through the culvert) because we arrived early for a Memorial Hospital agreed to move up the road to Beit Meir.  During leg mode of ups, we reached the road leading to the House and tried to get to the root Trapp The cars, ideology and started to walk on the side of the road, then the members feel better in his foot, and I tried to convince him to come back, but he didn't want to, not for. After about fifteen minutes walk to the side of the road, stopped us, up to the root. From there take a bus to Latrun, where he waited.

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#5 Posted : Friday, May 1, 2009 3:22:52 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the comments and support vbiti.

Wavered whether to tell a story like this, when most stories end trip ב"היה Forum"

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#6 Posted : Friday, May 1, 2009 4:27:54 PM(UTC)
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Two weeks ago, I wrote in response to a question from one of the members who intended to travel on the same axis, but in reverse, using between tsuba to allies (and of course vice versa) boring, even if quite convenient axis.

I also think a descent toward allies rather difficult and dangerous.

And did the thing-Mellotron on one day and the tsuba was not easy. Anyone who reads and go out and think it's easy to watch.

About Bill-this is one of the pieces that he misses them. That doesn't mean that I think is so bad you need to avoid, but definitely a must be careful with him and not take everything for granted.

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#7 Posted : Friday, May 1, 2009 11:37:45 PM(UTC)
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I actually really liked the section between allies to tsuba, trip partners thought like you.
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#8 Posted : Saturday, May 2, 2009 9:45:46 PM(UTC)
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Some pictures:

The descent to B'nai B'rith (decrease):

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#9 Posted : Wednesday, October 14, 2009 12:39:13 AM(UTC)
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The descent to the cave is difficult allies, did it with friends in June. Today (October) did the opposite, and I must say that rise from the cave isn't easy, but a lot easier than decline.
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#10 Posted : Thursday, October 15, 2009 9:36:43 PM(UTC)
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Too far, in my opinion at least.

Personally, I really enjoyed the dip, even if it isn't very easy, she probably wasn't very difficult.

The Ascension easier???? Oh, well.

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