Crafts, bicycles and other flights of fancy.
AMAZING!!!!I don't know if you've read the Left Behind series but a lot of these places are in them. Its so neat to actually have an image of them now.
Petra looks incredible. I'm pretty sure if I went there it'd be non stop Indiana Jones quoting and reenactments!
Wow that's incredible! You look so teenie-tiny standing by the walls of rock.
holy cow! how incredible! i'm so totally jealous of this trip.side note -- happy thanksgiving! wish we were all eating cheese blocks together!
I can't believe how little it has weathered over so much time. Sandstone is not known for holding its shape well. What incredible colors. Makes me wish I had a skein of yarn to match.
Petra still blows my mind. Looking at these pictures I still can't believe it exists and that we were there.
Wow, Petra looks breathtaking! It's incredible how much detail was put into the carving.
i have no words.i really really don't.WOW.
it literally looks unreal. incredible.
WOW. Petra is definitely on my 'one-day' list!! Looks utterly, utterly incredible.
Wow. Just wow.
Thanks again for the virtual trip! I can't even imagine how this was built! That must be so impressive!
It is so amazing it almost doesn't look real. You must be wondering now that you're at home, "Did I really see that or just imagine it in some wonderful dream?":)Hope you and your family had a happy Thanksgiving.
You blew me away with all your great adventures and pictures of Egypt and Jerusalem!!! What a trip of a lifetime to go on with your family. I have to say Petra is on my list of places to visit someday too. Thanks for sharing.
I had some catching up to do! What an amazing trip. I wish I had been able to talk to you guys more about it at the HPP. You'll have to tell us about it at knitting. Seriously amazing that you got to experience that.
donkey and camel rides.... what, no bikes ?
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