Gone but not fogotten.
Golan Heights grape vines.
Roses attract the pests from the grape vines.
Tanks lined up for drills.
Tanks preparing for drills.
Arch remains at Um El Kanater.
Natural waters came through rocks and were held in reservoirs.
Restored Arches and water reservoirs at Um El Kanater. Area where linen was produced.
Remains of a Syrian house.
Stones are tagged and numbered.
Entrance to restored Um El Kanater Synagogue destroyed in 749 by an earthquake.
Looking through the entrance. This is one of 30 synagogues that existed in the area. There was not Jewish life here until the area was reclaimed in the 1967 war.
Eagle relief on the front sides of the altar.
The memorah is a sure sign this was a synagogue.
Another stone to be put into place with a menorah relief.
Pottery chards at the site.
Porcupine flower. Necture from this flower makes the best Golan honey.
The family of this M13 personal carrier tank planted this Lebanon cedar tree in the tank in his memory.
Smoke from Syrian rebels firing on each other.
sraeli checkpoint and Syria from Kunetra Outlook.
View of UN Facility from Kunetra Outlook.
Thai workers at a Golan agricultural research and developement center.
Syraians flew a large flag on the other side of the hill. Israel countered with their own large flag.
Pick your own cherry farm.
The proud Druze cherry farmer.
Israeli army base on Syrian border.
1971 Israeli tank left at "the ramp".
This one is for Debra Fox.
Baby porcupine flowers.
Baby lambs raised by Faz, a Druze, to sell to locals for their meals on special "occasions".
Palm trunk bark txture.
The only lamb in the pen not sleeping.
Druze terraced gardening. Water is a volcano reservoir by Magdal Shams.