Dancing on the Edge

Costa Rica by Land

February 9 - April 21, 2022
We traveled along the coast, over mountains, across rivers, and through semi-arid hills. About 25% of Costa Rica is national parks or protected lands. Mountain ranges fill the center of the country. Roads twist and turn. The...

Costa Rica by Land

February 9-April 21, 2022
We dodged potholes on gravel roads through towering tropical trees, heliconia, and orchids. The temperature dropped as we reached St. Elena-Monteverde. I donned a long-sleeved shirt to hike along the trail. St. Elena is a funky...

Costa Rica by Land

February 9-April 22, 2022
We traveled over mountains and through valleys to La Fortuna. We crossed many one lane bridges around the Lago Arenal shoreline. Lake Arenal Dam was built in 1979 as the first dam for hydroelectric power usage. It covers about...

Costa Rica by Sea

February 9 - April 11, 2022
The rugged shoreline of Costa Rica lures those who love the water. Dancing on the Edge traveled from Panama to Northern Costa Rica. We traveled along the jungle like shores of the Golfito, often called Banana Bay, to the arid...

Panama--More than the Canal

December 1, 2021-February 8, 2022
Our friends, Bob and Heather, arrived for a visit that included landing an enormous bull mahi. The anchorage overlooking the Panama City skyline was incredible on New Year's Eve. Panamians celebrate the New Year with...

It's Transit Day One!

November 16-17, 2021

Photo courtesy of Ellen Hall

Dan, Greg, and Harry prepared Dancing on the Edge for our handline transit. Eight fenders and four 125 ft. heavy lines that were almost 1 in. in diameter arrived. Ellen, Liz Ann...