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Guy Baldassarre Memorial Marsh

On Saturday, October 11, the Montezuma Wetlands Complex will formally dedicate Guy’s Marsh in honor of Dr. Guy Baldassarre.

Guy served for many years as a Distinguished Teaching Professor at SUNY-ESF, before passing away in 2012. 118 more words

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After seeing the Guanacaste festivities it was back to the beach– this time to Montezuma, a small town on the southern end of the Nicoya peninsula.   806 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge: Relic

a Castle

“What image does relic
conjure for you?”

By definition , a relic is a surviving
memorial of something from the past.
In one of our trips, we came upon a… 28 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Travel Review: Montezuma, Costa Rica

One of my favorite parts about studying abroad with Sol has been the freedom to travel on my own on weekends. Having a few planned excursions was great, and I probably wouldn’t have been brave enough to go anywhere on my own the first few weeks, but I’ve learned and experienced more in the weekends that I’ve traveled than in all of my days in class combined. 665 more words


Way before the 70 days: "Costa Rica. So I went."

The Netherland vs Costa Rica. Games on. Tonight we’ll be in the quarter finals of the World Cup, meeting the ticos. In my life Costa Rica already won before, but not on the soccer field. 1,546 more words

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GoPro Adventures in Costa Rica

Check out my GoPro video from my solo trip to Costa Rica last year on my YouTube account! :)

GoPro Costa Rica Video

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How These Things Happen

The rain woke me during the night, hammering down on the metal roof, great pellets of rain, and I thought to myself, hmm, I wonder if the trip will still be on? 1,199 more words