Before I left on my 10-day trip to Israel earlier this month, my 6-year-old approached me with one of his stuffed bears and told me that I should bring it wherever I go on my trip. It was a little large, so we compromised on his little dog Max instead. Max hung out in my backpack and/or purse and throughout the trip, I’d snap pictures of Max seeing the sites and send them to my son, via my husband’s email. Here is Max’s journey:

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Ready for the trip!

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Ready to leave Phoenix

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On the plane to Newark

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Ready to fly to Tel Aviv!

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First night in Tiberias

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A tank at a kibbutz

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A visit with Ron’s aunt in Tel Aviv

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A historical moment at Independence Hall

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Back on the bus in Tel Aviv

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The ocean in Tel Aviv

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The old and the new in Tel Aviv

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A kosher McDonalds on Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem

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Overlooking the Kotel

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A visit with my aunt in Har Nof

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The Dead Sea

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Right before a camel ride

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Hanging out in “Abraham’s Tent”

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At the Knesset

 

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