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GibsonLP  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, February 15, 2012 11:38:20 PM(UTC)
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... Until the end of the storm,;).
Israel National Trail a little surprised us as a pair of armchair krtopli but stood it bravely.
The first day we made quite a few mistakes and finished it right at sunset with only one paragraph before her to welcome spring. In the second passage water seems insurmountable manifestly (we know we just have to go to sandals and walk through the water ...) moved by crawling in the mud in a den of raspberry (took three days for the cuts to stop burn.)
A tent near the parking lot of the Memorial and on the floor in our flesh very tarptent. Our mattresses just glide down and the floor itself slipped on the tyvek I went under it.) In short the tent should for anti-slip treatment with silicones (Henry)
On the second day were too slow and we were exhausted after a sleepless night we had and we decided to take a day off despite it bummed us out. We went to the cemetery of Kfar giladi and Tel Hai and night tour we at Tel Hai.
In the morning we got up early and went out the other day. For some reason the only college entrance opens at 9 so we had to go to the beginning of the wounded. The day was great and the view was impressive despite the haze.
We arrived around 4 stream Temple. We had no idea what we were getting into and when we're done with last light in a crawl before the final bend and we ran toward the 886.
There is room for Ramot Naftali.
The third day was great as well and finished it in bed. Trails check near bad packaging factory and lost it completely, last guy there told us it happens to everybody and should continue until the tree down. For that coming down meeting us and gave us some nice farmer tangerines especially tasty harvested.
Dishon was beautiful and abundant water, stream crossings already turned us, some of them survived thanks to the Gore-Tex shoes and some in sandals when wasn't beyond shallow enough.
The fourth day was hard and we caught a little slow in switching to the rain continued until then, Ed delivers water 899 road it moved because it seems like suicide then returned to the sources where we tried to hitchhike to Baram (Baram phone and Judah did say we come)
In the end, we started to get the dangerous road (no footnotes) and a police van in front of stopped us and took us to Baram.
Baram in room is amazing! Judas and simple room conditions. Clean, neat, some pillows, linens, towels, soaps, shampoos and mpweim manual laundry, central heating, hot water, basic supplies that Judah gave (bread, cheese, milk, vegetables etc. ..) plus latest Friday which was amazing. Was worth it.
On the same day my younger brother joined us for a walk.
On Saturday continued the dishon stream in Bar'Am forest + and field school.
We arrived around 2:00 and we were confident we could get the rest of Mount Meron and get to where you can store (in hindsight we would have done it like.) and some rope because Saturday was awesome and Weather Watch (all other days there was mist).
There is a field school Yaron (really looking outline and shower unusable). In the morning then moved on and came back around 2:30 a seat. We were told that we lkobs and we could climb up grouse. We gave up and went to sleep in SaFED in lovely angels (bud and Abigail) that even made us!
Continued to next Meron stream when until defeated (p.m.) we were told by the laser needs to leave the reservation until 4 pm and if we are not especially agile we can do the rest of the page. Us and after we laundered decided we're not going down there (left us some desire to ...) so we gave up the rest of the top page of the next day.
That night sleep in a double room the ascent and ate hearty long at rest 8.
In the morning we took a taxi to route 85 and route lower fertilization. Been looking for where to camp and even marched to Palm Beach only to realize you want us 80 per camp and offshore services.
Bluff and walked back to the tower. Darkness began to decline and were desperate, so we searched everybody b already were and wanted to burn a lot of money again. Suddenly someone came and asked if we were looking for bed and breakfast, said yes and we explained that we need something simple and cheap to move overnight. She said she has nice cabins she will give us a good price (really cheap considerably from the other proposals received) so they could sleep there. It also turned out okay because we found out it was Valentine's day.
It us and node back to the node.
We went to Fez and then we group the increase was difficult (especially before the cleat type) and with the stakes actually was relatively simple.
We continued on our way toward the evening we arrived at the end of the day. My father came in perfect timing to get us home until the storm and now we relax at home.
It was a great experience, and although all the body hurts us, we can't wait until the rain calms down and we can get back to.
Lessons so far:
1. one of the biggest problems we have is we moved very slowly.
At night we sleep in the tent took almost four hours to get up, fold, make breakfast, go to the bathroom and start to walk. At night without tent and miles takes us an hour, that's way too much (we need to infect the genital warts and archaeological moleskin to be genital warts and all sorts of things, it's still too long.)
2. are usually far. We have to spend more nights in a tent as close as you can. The goal is to begin to walk in the light (so far we went almost every day except the second day around 9 ...)
3. some equipment back with my brother on the GPS, the second pot is not used and other little things.
4. it is with great sadness that I leave the camera at home. It's not 2.2 kg being interrupted. These are the fact that most convenient bag that could organize sitting on my stomach and my legs. Decreases and more technical lifts it very annoying and poor resolution of pushing him too complicated file and makes a very camera weight of 2.2 kg (is not useful there anyway.)

This is.
The rain continues as last (rain is good) but not would overreact. We want to go.

Thanks for listening and hope I haven't dug too ... GibsonLP 40954.8723842593
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זמי1  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, February 15, 2012 11:41:28 PM(UTC)
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Count a trail, one of the best I've read here.
Amtrak  
#3 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 6:14:27 PM(UTC)
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I hope to read soon about the rest of the way.
HarmonicWave  
#4 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 11:27:16 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the update!

Interesting writing. See you in the learning process.
By the way, remind me what your consideration was not to start from the South during this period? -Gym
GibsonLP  
#5 Posted : Friday, February 17, 2012 12:18:25 AM(UTC)
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Thanks to everyone.

There were several reasons for first North:
1. not enough (despite all the preparations).
2. This is the first one of us actually did walk from school (both in our early thirties ... do the math.)
3. total lack of familiarity with our abilities, from endurance in ups and downs with backpacks and even the amount of water we drink (apparently my wife doesn't drink much more than half a liter of water a day and I drink alone 3 gallons.)
4. "romantic" to finish down to Eilat than Ussishkin.

BTW – after all the cuts dry weight decreased to our 4.8 pounds each. GibsonLP 40955.8880787037
HarmonicWave  
#6 Posted : Friday, February 17, 2012 2:17:39 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = GibsonLP]
Lessons so far:
1. one of the biggest problems we have is we moved very slowly.
At night we sleep in the tent took almost four hours to get up, fold, make breakfast, go to the bathroom and start to walk. At night without tent and miles takes us an hour, that's way too much (we need to infect the genital warts and archaeological moleskin to be genital warts and all sorts of things, it's still too long.)
2. are usually far. We have to spend more nights in a tent as close as you can. The goal is to begin to walk in the light (so far we went almost every day except the second day around 9 ...)


Incidentally, another advantage of area lodging, Angels, is entertain going to sleep earlier (there's nothing to do, etc.), and wake up earlier, so there are more hours of daylight.
However, less luxurious, and meet these amazing people.

Over time, all ה"תרגולות" evening and morning, take significantly less time. HarmonicWave 40955.9713425926
nziv  
#7 Posted : Friday, February 17, 2012 7:19:21 PM(UTC)
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Besides this experience seems at one time tuition payment. What does cloth experiences from already earn for years, which is good.

Just a small comment: organizing the two is really not too much.
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