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... the final gray road, the last leg of the trip to our farm. Immediately, it was a dirt road climbing directly up into the hillside. But it wasn't too difficult of a drive at this point. We were heading toward a small town named San Josecito, about 5 KM (3.1 miles) inland from when we turned off. Most of the road to San Josecito was a solid dirt road, so it wasn't too bad.
After we went through San Josecito (which took about 0.5 minutes, haha!), the road started to, well... ...
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Oh my goodness, what a day!!! We started early to go to Monteverde preserve. This was founded by a Quaker, who saw the beauty in the land, purchased a great deal of land, went to the states to raise $90,000, and purchase the land from the remaining farmers, hunters and ranchers. They then sold the land back to Costa Rica for $1 colon. (In today's economy, $1 is $500 colon. ). This was all done because some Quakers moved to the area after being conscientious objectors ...
It was somewhere in Honduras that we stopped saying to people who asked, "We're going to Panama. Well. Maybe. If we can. Vamos a ver. We’ll see." And started saying, “We’re going to Panama City.” And after we made the long climb to the border at Los Manos in Honduras, passed through without any trouble, and started gliding down the other side toward the Nicaraguan lowlands, we really thought we could do it. Any distance seems possible when you’re ...
... talk in
the morning, he showed me how to close the walls of the kitchen like most homes
here the kitchen is open-air; however he had installed drop down walls to keep
the animals out.
I turned off the TV to enjoy the chorus of insects and
amphibians. Unfortunately there are also some noisy bats living in the ceiling.
Ernesto warned me of them, he promised they are insect or fruit eating only…no
vampires! One of the dogs, ...