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Monday, April 3, 2017

Traveling to Curitiba

Our trip to Curitiba from Guarapuava was going to be on more toll roads.  Google maps gave an estimate of 4 hours tops.  But the route included BR$60+ of tolls.  Byron studied the maps we have and talked with the receptionist of the inn before deciding on an alternate plan.  His new plan took us through some back roads to the southern side of Curitiba.

German architecture

Heavy traffic as farmers were super busy this morning


More soy beans..

We saw many lovely entrances to large farms

Lots of rivers with real water


We crossed over a hydroelectric dam along the way


We saw miles and miles of pine tree plantations and quite a few saw mills




Byron captured this lovely lady looking down on one little interior town



Greyson and Byron chatted with this lumber truck driver at a pit stop about the upcoming roads and a possible short cut.


The old Pajero has been running hot, so we are pausing from time to time to add H2O.




Look back later for photos and news about our time at the Seminário Batista Regular do Sul in Curitiba.  Tomorrow Greyson will attend morning classes and go to chapel before we head for the São Paulo area.

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