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A Moment in Puerto Jimenez

For a quick border run, I had the opportunity to spend a few days on my beloved Osa Peninsula to see some great friends made during my time guiding in Costa Rica last year. At the end of last guiding … Continue reading

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Another Tropical Holiday!

While I may be many hundreds of miles away from family during these past two years of tropical guiding, I can’t say I’ve been lonely, thanks to new friends, young and old. Passing the winter holidays in Central America makes … Continue reading

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A Florida Stopover..

Just a throwback video that I thought I’d rehash while I’m back in Florida for a spell before heading back south to the tropics. I’m officially going to be working in the Bocas del Toro region of Panama at an … Continue reading

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The Pura Vida Experience

**While I work out upcoming possibilities, I have more time (and WiFi!) to work on my Patreon page, which I invite you to visit and join as a Patron for as little as $3 (or as much as you care … Continue reading

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A Panamanian Getaway

This past week marked my three-month anniversary for being in Costa Rica and how did I celebrate? Left the country and headed to Panama!     And I got to bring my parents, who came down to see what I’m … Continue reading

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New Blog! Rainforest life at Saladero Ecolodge

So I’ve started up a new blog on Saladero’s website all about the life and tropical ecology that surrounds us here at the edge of the rich Golfo Dulce, nestled in the primary rainforest of Piedras Blancas National Park. In addition … Continue reading

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Next Up: stacebird Migrates South!

Upon departing Seal island,  my plan was to head back down to Florida where I’ve enjoyed spending copious amounts of time with my 95 year old grandmother over the course of the past year or so. Grandy introduced me to … Continue reading

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