Many rivers to cross.

Sometimes I build bridges to other people and new life chapters. Other times, I bomb bridges — never going back again, as the song says. Yes, there are many rivers to cross in this life of ours. And many rivers and bridges to cross in Costa Rica!

AtenasBridge.jpg
Between La Garita and Atenas

When crossing bridges in Costa Rica, it is a good idea to pause to enjoy the view. Many bridges have gorgeous views.

Baru_Dominical
Baru river, Dominical
Turrucares
Turrucares
Hojancha
Hojancha
comingbackCanoNegro
Coming back from Caño Negro, somewhere!
parrita_Puriscal
From Parrita to Puriscal
Pavones
Turrialba nearing Pavones
SanPablo_Escobal
San Pablo to Escobar, Rt 707
PejiballeRiver
Pejiballe
LaPaz
La Paz waterfall
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Calle Nueva 1
CalleNueva2
Calle Nueva 2

Turrubares

Tarcoles
Tarcoles with crocodiles
bridge
Fun pedestrian bridge, Rt 130 between San Pedro de Poas and Sabanilla

RioTarcoles_Turrubari

EsteroNegro
Estero Negro Rt 36 to Puerto Viejo, Limon
sarchibridge
Sarchi
Route415 (2)
Route 415
Cangrejal.jpg
Rio Candelaria Route 301

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Bridge

And yes, bridges do fall in Costa Rica. I know of three or four that have collapsed. Yes, with buses or trucks on them. 😦 Never mind how many collapsed during the 1991 earthquake in Limon. But, no worries, your bike will make it safely across, probably! Hahaha!

Downedbridge
Rt 136 between Turrucares and Puriscal
EsparzaBridge
Esparza bridge

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My Honda helps me find inner bridges to leave behind my old patterns of being and find new landscapes of joy and happiness. 🙂

Enjoy this song by Jimmy Cliff: Many rivers to cross.

 

 

 

Feel the beauty.

Know the love.

Live the power.

 

 

 

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