Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
I try to stay away from those so snapping photos of them instead of eating is probably a good approach.
Yum! Yes please~Shalom & Aloha, Friend!Comfort Spiral
Great shot, Dina. I love those chips, yes I do.
Now that's something you don't see every day...Great title too. Hope the dig's going well.
They're just left there?? Gosh, if that were here, they'd have been stolen in a minute!
It looks like there are no animals around to disturb the peace of the waiting chips :))
Sigh....Can't have those anymore now that I'm glucose intolerant.Sigh....
French fries - yummy treat but don't eat every day!
Non, non, non, Dina, we, french people, never, never, never dig up french fries directly on the ground, like that.At a pinch, potatoes ! Smile for your funny picture.
I guess this is the way it works. I never thought they would just set it down and walk away.
They're not worried about someone doing something to them? Little to trusting for mecome visit (I've got something up I think you'll enjoy)
Oh, I could just eat some chips now! That is what we call them in the UK too, and I love them with lots of salt and vinegar on!
Wow! It's like a daily milk or bread delivery. I bet those chips are extra good because of their freshness.Hope the dig is going well. I'm looking forward to reading about it.
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