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#1 Posted : Sunday, March 30, 2014 7:40:50 AM(UTC)

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Yesterday we went for a walk in the area of Beit Jann-upper kziv stream.

The plan was to leave Beit Jann East and back through upper kziv stream.
We stream in ein Zaken and evidences of the effect pruning and removal.
After a mile of Creek we reached the point where you stopped the work.
From here the road was blocked with broken branches (in retrospect, and also according to Inspector of the authority as a result of the storm of December).
Very quickly decided to backtrack.
On our way back to the village we caught a ride with ATF supervisor who told us in a day or two of work.

We're not checking before exiting the State offenses, but could use a little warning sign at the entrance to the river.

I imagine a similar situation in many streams in the area and recommend anyone who sets out to explore areas that have experienced large amounts of snow to determine in advance whether the track before pruning and removal.
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