Reading today's parasha, I noticed that one of the stops that the Israelites make on their journey is Yotvata. YOTVATA!
They stop there, then they camp there.
לג. ויסעו מחר הגדגד; ויחנו ביטבתה
לד ויסעו מיטבתה, ויחנו בעברנה
33 And they journeyed from Hor-haggidgad, and camped in Yotvata
34 And they journeyed from Yotvata, and camped in Abronah.
Shoko b'sakit clearly makes their life complete, too.
(I'm aware that this isn't the actual Yotvata. Please laugh anyway. Thanks)