Monthly Archives: November 2006

Copper Canyon, Part 1

November 29, Creel We’re into new territory (for us, that is). After a delightful Thanksgiving in Todos Santos, we headed for the ferry from La Paz to Topolobampo. The crossing was flat calm, and only took six hours (instead of … Continue reading

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La Paz to Cabo San Lucas

After seeing some of the Baja 1000 hoopla in La Paz, we went to the ferry terminal to verify information for our trip to the mainland. Nothing tricky, it’s just nice to know ahead what to expect. I like the … Continue reading

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Cd. Constitucion to La Paz

After getting our bike maintenance tasks done, we headed off, exploring again. Maps show a way to avoid the complete straight highway to La Paz by heading east through the mountains, then dropping down to the sea. We set off … Continue reading

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Loreto to Cd. Constitucion

Hopefully, I’ll be able to publish several blog entries today, since I’ve been slacking for the past week or so. With all the hullabaloo of the upcoming (now completed) Baja 1000 race, we had been avoiding the race route, figuring … Continue reading

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November 10, Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico

We’re in town after four days of camping on deserted beaches. Time for a shower, some laundry in the sink, a wonderful dinner, and a stroll around Loreto on a warm Friday evening. So what have we been up to? … Continue reading

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Nov 1, Los Angeles

Nov 1, Los Angeles The nice thing about having a flexible schedule is having the freedom to change plans at the last minute. That was the first thing we did. Originally, we were going to meet up with my folks … Continue reading

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