Baja 2016/2017

Oct. 14

Wanting to avoid the early morning rush hour traffic of the morning, we decided to not leave San Diego till after 9:00. That was a wise choice as we easily made it thru San Diego and were soon headed to the boarder town of Tecate. This was our first time doing this crossing and we had heard that the most difficult thing to do there is to find a parking spot where you can park so you can go get your tourist visa. This statement was accurate as we circled the blocks several times to find a spot for the car and kayak trailer. Getting the visa was simple and we were soon on our way to San Felipe. The drive there via the toll road was stunning.  

 We drove thru the mountains winding our way down to the coast.

We drove thru the mountains winding our way down to the coast.

 We pulled off at a rest stop to check out the views.

We pulled off at a rest stop to check out the views.

 Spectacular!

Spectacular!

It was a cruise getting to San Felipe, the only thing that was a bit of challenge was the thermometer in the car reading....

 We were not sure that we were ready for these kind of temps. We were thankful that when the sun went down so did the temperatures. We pulled into Petes Camp and were happy to be back in Baja!

We were not sure that we were ready for these kind of temps. We were thankful that when the sun went down so did the temperatures. We pulled into Petes Camp and were happy to be back in Baja!