The Nowhere Roads of Puntarenas (Coming home from Costa de Pájaros)

Coming home from Costa de Pájaros today, I took a right turn onto a gravel road to hook back with highway 1, and ended up riding on nowhere roads for about an hour. I loved it! (And, yes, at one point I did check out Google maps to see where the heck I was! :-))

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There were no stores on these roads. Only two houses all the way to Rt 1. A few delivery trucks did cross my path. That’s all. But the roads were smooth gravel without any pot holes. Easy to ride.

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You can’t see them, but there are buzzards on the road drying their wings, as well as a few on the side of the road, to the right, behind the fence. I like to see buzzards drying their wings. 🙂
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Not a soul in sight!

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Must get pretty hot and dusty in the middle of the dry season! Right now, things are still green.

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I was glad to stop for lunch!

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T Rex at Monteverde Restaurant, Rt 1. Must be fun for kids.

For some reason, I had an absolutely wonderful time riding home from Esparza>San Mateo>Atenas. Maybe cause there wasn’t much traffic going in the direction I was going on. The road was delicious! I felt the power! 🙂

I took back roads home all the way to avoid traffic. Perfect!

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The usual summer cloud over my mountain. But, fortunately, it wasn’t misting when I got home.

I love days like today! New roads, lots of fun, good vibes. 🙂

Total time: Nine hours, with stops for breakfast, lunch, and a strawberry milkshake.

Song: I love it when we’re cruising together!

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