Hello friends

This is the first post to my newly created Weblog. It is also the day before I leave on an archaological study tour of Israel. I’ll be leading a wonderful team of 14 folks, from different backgrounds, religious affiliations, genders and ages. We will join famed Israeli archaeologist, Shimon Gibson for two days of excavation on the Mt. Zion Project (www.digmountzion.com) as part of our time in Israel.

I thought as a way to “learn the ropes” of becoming a good webloggernaut I’d post something of a Travelog Plus over the next 10 days. Why not joins us for the virtual tour? I’d love to read your comments and postings too.

If you have specific questions relating to the sites and comments that I will be posting…please post them and I’ll  do my best to answer as many Q’s as time will allow.


Published in: on March 16, 2008 at 1:53 pm  Comments (6)  


  1. We think this is a tremendous endeavor to keep us posted on your adventures and thoughts. Please take good care, and may God bless you abundantly … today and always!!

  2. Dr. Bez,

    I can’t wait to see your adventures. In my dreams, I would be doing some of these things, too.

    I am so happy that you can do this and share all your fantastic knowledge with us.

    I love the internet, It just shows that you can’t keep God in a Box! He is everywhere.

    I will stay tuned. You and your family are in my prayers.

    Debbie Galle

  3. I am excited about the new weblog! I look forward to following your adventures.

  4. This is exciting. I look forward to experiencing this adventure through your eyes and your written word.
    I have decided to keep all four of the pages that I purchased from you for now. They will make great gifts for friends.

    God Bless you and all on the adventure

  5. Thanks for the update, and we pray for God’s will be done.



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