Day 8: Masada, Dead Sea, Camels & more

by Steve Ray on February 25, 2011




PART ONE: QUMRAN, MASADA, DEAD SEA, JERICHO.

PART TWO: CAMEL RIDING, LATIN PATRIARCHATE, PILGRIMAGE SHELL



5 Comments

  • Jennifer Cattel says:

    Hi Mom & Dad (Mary & Tony). Saw you floating in the Dead Sea…nice for a change huh dad? We are very excited to have you back home soon. We want to wish you a happy birthday Mom! We hope you enjoy your last day! We love you and miss you. Love, Jennifer, Tom, Thomas, Kaylee, and the baby.

  • DOUG BERRY says:

    DR. AND MRS VALLANCOURT,
    WISHING YOU A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE TRIP HOME
    DOUG BERRY

  • David says:

    Looks like another great day! Just wanted to make sure that everyone on the bus knows that Clare is an extraordinary artist! She has a big show coming up soon. It’s been a while since she has shown her work in public, and she is apprehensive. I’m sure she has gotten to know all of you… so I was hoping that you could all give her some encouragement as the trip draws to a close and she starts to think of what is ahead of her. She really has been given a gift – so tell her to get out there and share it!!

    Thanks, David, Nathanial & Conroy

    ps.. Hi Bern!!

  • Ellen Hoppe says:

    Hi Mom! I wrote a comment somewhere before Will sent his, but it has disappeared! Perhaps it will show up sometime later. Anyway, Paul is at work this morning; he sends his love. Will and I have been re-viewing all the clips posted. We miss you terribly but the clips allow us a glimpse of the awesome experience you are having and the emotional, beautiful journey. I can’t wait to hear about your adventure from you.

    Praying for you to be healthy and come home safely. Love from all of us! Ellen

  • Betsy Ware says:

    Thank you again for all the wonderful videos. it made being apart from my husband a little easier. I wish you all a safe trip back home. Bill, I love you and can’t wait to see you tomorrow morning!!! Love, Betsy and LAMW!

    STEVE RAY HERE: Thanks Betsy. Bill was wonderful the whole trip, most of the time with tears in his eyes the rest of the time with wonder. You picked a good man. He is now at the airport on his way home.

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