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Yesterday I recounted my tale of not going to the Sea of Galilee. Just yesterday in my mail I received notification of the opening of a new switch station that would have made a trip to the Kinneret (as the sea is called here) a piece of cake. Just for you, loyal readers, here is the latest map showing current and coming soon switch stations. Next week I’ll write about Sunday’s successful trip to Ma’alot in the far north of Israel.
The current operational stations are in orange and the grey ones are all to be finished before the end of this year. I’d say the current batch is enough to get to most spots in Israel, the rest will add a huge element of redundancy (in case any station is down) and make multi stop trips easier.
One thing to note is that these 4o stations are basically enough. A few more would be welcome but not hundreds more: this is nothing like the number of gas stations.