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#1 Posted : Monday, January 9, 2012 7:11:26 PM(UTC)
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Well,
So after a few years of absence I'm glad to see you still live here and of course glad to read and hear that trail still lively.


So, after the University gave me at home during the last two and a half years, it's time to plan a trip, and of course was the first Forum I could think of to help.

So the point is that, in honor of celebrating my dad's birthday we wanted to organize a trip.
The idea is that, to be out in the field for a walk not difficult, yet not boring family trip
One night in the field and finished the second day at comparatively early when finish the walk in cabin/hotel ...
Where get the second part of the festivities, but it has nothing to do with the Forum.

One thought I had is to explore Lyndhurst and end at the Palmer House overlooking crater or a trip to the West end area in one of the b & BS in the West (horn)
Slight revival with Ramon that the familiarity of several trail with parking area has about Eve you can sleep next to reach mitzpe Ramon's short but not then arrive late to mitzpe Ramon.
So I thought maybe the second stage tour with someone from the area.

This is about right now, thrown into the air, I'd love to hear ideas from people, maybe somebody did something similar in the past?
If there's guys with jeeps in the South helping camping and might want to be a part of this, of course, Skate hire is ... I remember my trail period was a very nice guy named Chaim Berger Sede Boqer, if I'm not mistaken, he's still there? He's still hanging around in the area?

This is about now.
I'd love to hear ideas and suggestions in any area of the country, not mandatory precisely.

Currently planning a trip in early may, but the area also is quite flexible.

Many thanks,
NIR.


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#2 Posted : Monday, January 9, 2012 9:19:53 PM(UTC)
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I understand the preference of the Negev. In early May I choose something in the North mainly because weather: trail Valley, sea water, or Gospel Bill.

There are plenty of running water, vacation rentals as long as you like, without having to jump in the hot tub etc. Calls to the oikishbil.

The initial impression of the North conference call here and wash your eyes also.

And perhaps here ?

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#3 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 1:03:24 AM(UTC)
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Dr. Chaim Berger, yet still making landfills ($ 150 for 6 liters) and still be nice.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 8:19:09 PM(UTC)
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This price is probably caching Albans area not gallons.
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#5 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 8:58:10 PM(UTC)
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I didn't understand why you gave the mitzpe Ramon?
I think it is possible to think of "rotation" option best crater One of the most beautiful landscapes I think about.

General idea:
On Shen Ramon + Bedouin tent accommodation (BTW where can I arrange a celebration if you want) and continue on the path towards Israel-mitzpe Ramon.
Lollapalooza, but your dad will remember him until the next birthday. Arthur 40924.7503703704
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 12:26:21 AM(UTC)
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Hello again,
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Yankele, beautiful you still remembers my picture and raises it to remind me of the crest. What a day, what longing.

The rain in the North in early may?

So I understand if he's South since you recommend to move to the area early April?

Arthur, do you have any more info about the Bedouin tent, I don't know the camp in question, how far is it from Ramon, the planned celebration includes more friends trip and stay on the field, doesn't fit their encampment.

Anyone happen to know a night parking no more than say 10-12 kilometers from mitzpe Ramon, so we can get up in the morning and reach the Observatory until 14:00. Make sense? (I've already lost some rhythmic walking calculations. I currently mainly focused on integrals, and differential calculations.)

Thanks again,
NIR.

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#7 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 1:01:44 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = NirTzi] Hello, again
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Yankele, beautiful you still remembers my picture and raises it to remind me of the crest. What a day, what longing.

The rain in the North in early may?

A great month. Rain in the North in a long shot a few mm.

So I understand if he's South since you recommend to move to the area early April?

Indeed.

Have a good time.


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#8 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 9:50:20 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = NirTzi] Hello, again
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Yankele, beautiful you still remembers my picture and raises it to remind me of the crest. What a day, what longing.

The rain in the North in early may?

So I understand if he's South since you recommend to move to the area early April?

Arthur, do you have any more info about the Bedouin tent, I don't know the camp in question, how far is it from Ramon, the planned celebration includes more friends trip and stay on the field, doesn't fit their encampment.

Anyone happen to know a night parking no more than say 10-12 kilometers from mitzpe Ramon, so we can get up in the morning and reach the Observatory until 14:00. Make sense? (I've already lost some rhythmic walking calculations. I currently mainly focused on integrals, and differential calculations.)

Thanks again,
NIR.



OK then, really a problem, because the parking lot closest to mitzpe Ramon (correct me if I'm wrong) that the parking lot near saronim. And it can't get up to 14 to mitzpe Ramon. Unless you organize.
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#9 Posted : Wednesday, January 18, 2012 12:16:32 AM(UTC)
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There is no overnight parking in 12 km from mitzpe Ramon. Car park shades (not saronim) is approximately 11 miles on the trail, and Khan wells (the city has organized accommodations) is 15 km from mitzpe Ramon.

I guess some celebration joiner. will John, so you do the guy crawling or at Ramon's tooth at the beginning of the second day and then you can finish by 2 pm

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