Cuppa and Costa Rica

I started binding Cuppa in July 2018. Alas, each monthly block of Fresh Cut took 60 to 70 hours to complete.Finishing hand sewing the binding kept getting pushed aside. I was happy to be informed that the cruise class rooms would be open for open sew in the evenings. I decided to bring my Cuppa quilt on the Panama Canal cruise. I am happy to report that my Cuppa quilt is complete, including hanging pocket and quilt label.

Cuppa quilt


Cuppa quilt label



Puntarenas, Costa Rica was the next port. After disembarking the Westerdam, I boarded a bus for a hour drive to Jaco for an rainforest arial tram ride. I boarded an eight person gondola for an hour ride through a rainforest.

Rain forest gondola






I was lucky enough to see multiple toucans, monkeys and gorgeous waterfalls.











After a delicious lunch, I boarded the bus to the Tarcoles River for a hour river boat tour. I was so fortunate to see over a dozen different birds, a howler monkey and a 12 foot crocodile plus many smaller crocodiles.


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