>Amir Avitzur of Ramat-Gan, Israel wrote:
>My apartment was broken into today while we were out.
>Bedrooms were ransacked.
>Thief found our cash and my wife's jewelery ... took only the good stuff.
>Had some nice frames hanging on the walls, all untouched.
>I think there's a lesson here, but wouldn't dare mention it to the Mrs.
1. Cash - can't be traced, super easy to spend. 2. Jewelry - easily fenced, especially in a city with the world's largest diamond exchange. 3. Ramat-Gan - in a large metropolitan area, next to Tel Aviv. 4. Bicycle frames - very difficult to fence or sell, have serial numbers.
BTW, how is the riding around there, any favorite places to ride, any concerns about safety? Are there other good places to ride in Israel, any other collectors?
Roy "wanting to visit" Drinkwater Lititz, PA