We had heard that there was a beautiful little town high up on a mountain where the breezes were cool, farms were there, and a good place to eat. So one day we decided to head on up and check it out. On the way up it started getting steeper and steeper and we soon got worried. The only people driving up and down the roads had four wheelers or big trucks. So when we stopped by a beautiful waterfall just 10 minutes into the drive we were lucky. We just made that our ending point and let the girls play away in the water.
That is one of the beautiful things about Costa Rica, *FREE* beauty is everywhere. Unstructured nature play is easy to come by. This is also something I miss about Utah, the mountains, trails, and different nature. You Utah folk are pretty lucky too.
This last picture is of the girls pretending to be dinosaurs. We are learning a lot about water this year in school. And ever since I told them about the water cycle and that we use the same water the dinosaurs do, they talk about it all the time. So they thought that this looked like a perfect dinosaur water fountain!