What a day for a day dream! (Guayabo and 415!)

Well, no Sunday ride developed with my Moto-Amigos group today, so Humberto (one of the gang) and I headed over to Pacayas for breakfast to decide where to go next.

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View from Rancho Redondo.

 

He had never been to Guayabo, so we headed off there! Yay! One of my favorite rides.

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Santa Cruz de Turrialba
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Santa Cruz
Gorgeous
The route from Santa Cruz to Guayabo is hard-packed gravel, with some spots that are a bit rougher, but easily doable.

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Trail, Guayabo. Yeah, posing! Hahaha!

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Guayabo

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Guayabo National Monument
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Hand-crafted road, Guayabo archeological site.

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View, Route 415. Simply spectacular!
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Reventaz├│n Dam in distance.

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The views coming down route 415 to La Herediana are also gorgeous, but I did not take any photos. One sees the Atlantic zone in all its glory.

Anyhow, even route 32 was clear, with little traffic and no rain. So, for me, today was a magical day. I got to ride two of my very favorite routes, and not alone. ­čÖé Happy to have Humberto with me.

FEEL THE BEAUTY. KNOW THE LOVE.

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Song: What a day for a day dream!

Date: Sunday, August 18, 2019.

 

 

 

 

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