Roads in and around La Paz can easily disorient anyone the first few times they drive around town; possibly as a result of the one-way traffic and four way stop signs. Mexican rule number one says that stop signs are not actually stop signs but sort of a yield sign. As a passenger, I scrutinize […]Read More Boat Project(s) Life-Cycle
Some or most easily state: This is a first-rate “hole in the wall”. Some may argue. Let’s see, for no arguments sake, traditional desert landscape dirt floor; check; open air and real wood fire, rustic as in no propane used for cooking wood fire; double-check. Wood now smoldering like in the kind of wood fires […]Read More Chocolate Clams and Hole in the Walls
So what is an Adventure Bike and why do I feel like I need to have one? Can you think of a better way to explore our land base. BMW likes to claim ownership of “adventure” but, after a little research I am leaning towards the 2016 Kawasaki 650 KLR. Any thoughts? To: Jenni & […]Read More In and Around Baja Pictures
Photo above: Western Flyer’s water tank. This is one of two water tanks on board. This one fits under the main cabin bed. I am turning this one tank into two that will also provide more water capacity. This nearly thirty year old fiberglass water tank has a leaky fitting. Out with the old and […]Read More Boat Water System Breakdown
John Woodward – Legend of Sail & Ski by Kirsten Bergstrom “One final paragraph of advice: do not burn yourselves out. Be as I am – a reluctant enthusiast…. a part-time crusader, a half-hearted fanatic. Save the other half of yourselves and your lives for pleasure and adventure. It is not enough to fight for […]Read More Outlived the Bastards!