Last night we ran into some bridge issues that forced us to detour our route. The bridges we came across were either broken or unable to carry a full size vehicle. We were trying to access a highway that runs along the San Juan River. It was partially built by the Costa Rican government with plans that the river become a canal. When the road wasn’t completed 3 years ago, the farms had to construct their own bridges. We had tasked ourselves to travel the highway no matter the limiting bridges, mashes, and mud. When we got to the first bridge of the day, the local farmer said we could cross it. For us to cross, it took all of us working together and figuring out ways to reinforce the bridges. It was completely nerve-racking because if it broke we were done! We didn’t make it all the way, but the mudding and getting our vehicles unstuck on the way out was awesome!