|Dry wadi of the Sa'ar waterfall.|
|A cherry orchard in the Golan.|
|Notice the little saplings that have just been planted, close to the water.|
We turned around, through Majdal Shams again, and then back down to the Field School. On our way we passed by the same kiosk again and bought some more delicious food - in all, we bought lebene in olive oil, cherry jam (with whole cherries, pits and all), apricot jam (with whole dried apricots), eggplant jam (tiny little eggplants cooked in sugar), and a comb of honey. All delicious.
We passed by Nimrod's Castle again - this is a view from the road. I've visited there in the past, but this time we didn't go into it.
Nimrod's castle and a long ridge leading up to it.
Flowers on the side of the road, Nimrod's Castle in the background.
We made our way back to the Field School after that, and sat down to eat more pita with delicious cheese (lebene) and jams on it. After that my friend A. and I painted a bit in watercolors (she is definitely more skilled than I am!) and I took photos of the scene. Very quite and pastoral. As the sun was setting, we heard the eerie howls of some animal - hyenas? jackals? I don't know what is common in Israel.
The view from our porch - fish ponds with the mountains behind them. I think the fish ponds belonged to the nearby Kibbutz Snir.
And then to bed!