Sunday October 25 2020

Once upon a time, long, long before the first footprint appeared on a beach on the Baja California peninsula, in fact, long before there was a beach upon which a footprint could appear, a cataclysm shook the part of the globe where we now live. Water levels rose and fell, mountains crunched skyward and subsided, water flooded and ebbed, and at the... Read more...
Ready again for another Baja adventure my brother Brian and I and our friend Rick loaded up the truck with sea kayaks, cameras, camping and SCUBA gear and headed south. Our destination was Bahía de los Ángeles (Bahía) and its many islands, abundant wildlife, and miles of pristine coastline – the perfect place in Baja for birding, sea kayaking,... Read more...
While Mexico is well known for its Tequilla there is a region of Baja California (Norte) now becoming known for its vineyards and consequently great wines. The increasingly famous Wine Route or Ruta del Vino as it is known is located in the Valle del Guadalupe on highway 3, between the cities of Tecate and Ensenada in Baja California and has... Read more...
Just a few miles out of Cabo San Lucas and you can still experience the Baja outback and what real rancho life is like. There is a great diversity of plants, animals, rock formations, oasis, landscapes and views to enjoy if you just get out of town a bit. As I sit here in my downtown Cabo compound relaxing and listening to the breezes in the... Read more...
North Americans are buying homes in Mexico as an economic refuge and to maintain lifestyle. With the debt ceiling crisis, and political chaos,  more than ever Americans are looking to buy homes for sale in Mexico.   In general,  properties are less expensive in most areas of Mexico, food and other costs are lower .  The... Read more...
 As a year-round resident of Baja Sur, fall is my favorite time of year, so I'm getting ready for a little vacation.Usually by the second week of October the heat and humidity that limit the enjoyment of the wonders of the Baja outdoors will abate. Statistically, our Baja hurricane season ends with the same breath of cooler, dryer air which... Read more...
FAQ's About Driving in Baja Questions from Readers BajaInsider.com Veteran Baja Driver Recently a reader posed us this question it is certainly a legitimate question, considering what I too have read in the US media. please read on... The reader asked, "Any information concerning the recent suggestion that travelers should travel in... Read more...
Over the past 13 years, I have authored more than 150 researched articles for the Eastern Pacific Hurricane Watch Report. This article is a compilation of the interesting tidbits I have gathered, the 'Best of..." if you will. This information has embellished my understanding of our late summer weather and I hope it will increase your knowledge and... Read more...
Unfortunately, we needed to amend this article a little, after the passage of Hurricane Odile. Odile was the most powerful hurricane to ever make landfall in Baja, and the most powerful to affect La Paz as well. Odile was a Category 4 Hurricane just 40 miles to the west of the city's center. The most powerful quadrant, the northeast sector, passed... Read more...
Happy Birthday is said in Spanish as Feliz Cumpleanos which means literally “Happy Completed Years”! Which if you think of it is a much more positive way of looking at getting older. In fact Mexicans do look at how many years you have completed and not how old you are! That shows much greater respect for the elderly people as they realize they... Read more...

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