Off the Beaten Track: Panoramic views from Mt. Gilboa

In late autumn, the Jezreel Valley begins to turn from the overgrown, weed infested, brown dust bowl, to the freshly plowed, fertile plain with scattered green seedlings.

By JOE YUDIN
November 10, 2011 17:50
Off the Beaten Track: Panoramic views from Mt. Gilboa

gilboa view 248 88. (photo credit: Shmuel Bar-Am)

 
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