The banks were green and covered with grass and wildflowers. Eucalyptus trees grew tall on the river’s path.
Nahal Arugot, the Hidden Waterfall, and the Fairy Pool up above were like secrets of the desert, just waiting to be discovered by anyone willing to dig a little deeper.
When the weather is bad at home, a short drive to another part of the country can be like a mini vacation from winter. Spring Valley lived up to its name.
We passed caves and wells filled with water. And the walk itself was lush and green and perfect on a cloudy day.
It felt like walking through a river, but there was no river in sight. Moss and algae grew everywhere. And of course, the flowers.