Santa Cruz to Guayabo — Groovin’

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Turrialba Volcano in the distance as seen from Rt 239 – Santa Teresa, Rancho Sapito

Lovely ride today from Santa Cruz de Turrialba to Guayabo! The road is nicely paved, then has lots of parts that are paved. Only one small part has a bit rougher gravel, but not bad.

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So picturesque!

The radial from Guayabo National Park to 415 and Turrialba is paved all the way now. Great views. The Poró trees are in bloom! Gorgeous! Will put it on my calendar to go to Turrialba at least twice next February, on different roads. Too beautiful.

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I went with a young man from a Honda XR group. Glad he was willing to explore a new road with me! 🙂

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I took him up to the Turrialtico Restaurant, and then we decided to come back via Route 10 to Siquirres and Route 32.

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Turrialba volcano in the distance.

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Yours truly

Route 10 from Turrialba to Siquirres is one of the best riding roads in Costa Rica. Wide easy curves, great views, on a perfect road. Sweet!

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Reventazon Dam from Route 10

FEEL THE BEAUTY. KNOW THE LOVE. LIVE THE POWER.

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Song: GROOVIN’ on a Sunday afternoon. 🙂 Yes. Again.

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February 17, 2019

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