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Early ride –Vizcaino to San Ignacio (74k/7598k)

This gallery contains 19 photos.

(October 17 – written by Dave) Yesterday’s heat meant an early start today.  After brekkie in the room, we were on the road at 7:30 and rest of the other riders were not too far behind us.  While we didn’t … Continue reading

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New rule day –Guerro Negro to Vizcaino (81k/7524k)

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(October 16 – written by Dave) We created a new LWOP rule today.  For years we’ve had the “Wet feet rule” – that is, if your feet are wet at the end of the day, you don’t have to camp, … Continue reading

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On the road again – Nuevo Rosarito to Guerro Negro (81k/7444k)

This gallery contains 11 photos.

(October 14 – written by Nancy) A few good hours of sleep (or maybe 15) does the body good.  After sleeping most of the afternoon and then all night I felt much better this morning.  I was able to keep … Continue reading

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Short day –Punta Prieta to El Nuevo Rosarito (40k/7363k)

This gallery contains 11 photos.

(October 13– written by Dave) We had planned another 75 mile day to complete the “desert crossing” – (we had heard that the 230 miles from El Rosario to Guerrero Negro were called this).  But our day was cut short … Continue reading

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Through the cactus forest –Catavina to Punta Prieta (119k/7323k)

This gallery contains 14 photos.

(October 12– written by Nancy) Another long day today, but another good one through some great desert scenery.  . Our room at the Mission Hotel Catavina was very nice and I think we all slept well.  We ate breakfast in … Continue reading

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Saguaro Day –El Rosario to Catavina (124k/7203k)

(October 11– written by Dave) We had a great day today, a very hard, long day, but a really good one.  I’m going to keep this brief and let the photos do the talking – mostly. We left the hotel … Continue reading

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Finding Baja – San Quintin to El Rosario (65k/7079k)

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(October 10 – written by Nancy) We had a good sleep in the relatively up-market Hotel Villa de San Quintin.  It’s far enough off the road that we weren’t bothered by the traffic noise – always something to consider when … Continue reading