Box O’ Turtles

Posted on October 20, 2014 by 1 Comment

thumbnail image If this was one of those games where you have to guess the total number in the box, the correct answer would be... four hundred. ...

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Punta Lobos

Posted on October 15, 2014 by 5 Comments

thumbnail image Punta Lobos is a few kilometers south of town. It's a big wide open beach where the local fisherman head out through the waves each morning. Some lobos are supposed to be on the other side of the rocks. We trust they're there. There's really not much else to see here, except some very large construction equipment ...

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Around All Saints

Posted on October 12, 2014 by 2 Comments

thumbnail image Baja is mostly arid desert, so it doesn't rain very much. But, it did our first few weeks here. So much that some ranas made an appearance. I'm not quite sure where they go the rest ...

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Where Everybody Knows Your Name

Posted on October 7, 2014 by 2 Comments

thumbnail image Although we've only been in Loreto about a week, we feel like we know the place pretty well. It's growing on us a little bit. I think we'd like it more if we were serious pescadores. We've ...

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Isla Coronado

Posted on October 6, 2014 by No Comments

thumbnail image We finally figured out Loreto: the best part is out on the water.   We took a day trip ...

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Backtracking to Loreto

Posted on October 3, 2014 by 1 Comment

thumbnail image After the hurricane, we decided to head north to find some basic services. We've been through Loreto a few times now and it never particularly impressed us. But, everything south of Ciudad Constitución was wrecked by the hurricane. Constitución really doesn't have much going for it, but we stopped and camped for a night. While running ...

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My First Job

Posted on October 2, 2014 by 7 Comments

thumbnail image I got a volunteer job at the turtle sanctuary!  The turtles are endangered so they were looking for volunteers . The turtles are called Olive Ridley, or in Spanish they are called Gulfino Turtles. They are all black, but when they are dry they are tan. ...

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