YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE
Wanted to throw an invite out to those that are set up for long term expedition type runs, to explore the entire Baja Pennisula from San Diego,,,,down Hwy1 surfing the Pacific coast ( to include the Santa Maria Salt flats south with an extended stay in Scorpion Bay) all the way down to Cabo, then turn North and run the old sand trails along the beaches to LaPaz then hang out on the beaches of the Sea of Cortez on the east side of the pennisula north back up towards the states. Desolate beaches, epic surfing, camping out on random beaches, Surfing, snorkeling, fishing, etc.etc.
I will be bringing my Ram diesel camper 4x4 towing an expedition trailer, that will carry a Arctic Cat Side X Side, a 12' hard bottom Zodiak with a 15hp outboard, 4 surfboards mounted to the side, Spare fuel etc.etc. (pics to come when the trailer is completed)
Staying off the main highways and running the beaches/trails as much as possible etc.
I did this run about 2 years ago for 1 month, and had the most AMAZING time of my life.... learned a few things,,,, and am going to hit it up again FULLY PREPPED with the right toys to make the trip even better.....
If anyone wants to join in for whatever leg, or whatever time they have to do this (2 weeks, 3 weeks, 4 weeks etc.) it would be great to have another rig join us, for "support" and good company... I did the trip 2 years ago with my Son. and have since considered the Baja Penninsula a MECCA!!!!!!!!
*****Cooking steaks on a desolate beach with dried cactus wood (in the middle of nowhere) with not a person in sight for over 150 miles. The stars are clearer than I have ever seen.... Walking down the beaches picking up the biggest damn oysters you have ever seen, and cooking them for dinner. surfing, fishing, meeting the locals,,, cold beers.. Beautiful surf, views, meeting others doing the same type of traveling, watching the Baja 500/Tacate 250 races going on... getting lost on the salt flats for 3 days trying to find your way to Scorpion bay, and almost running out of fuel
BUT met some great locals in the small towns along the beaches,, HAND PUMPING FUEL from 55 gallon drums (from venders on the trail) to get your tanks filled back up (yes it is good fuel, but I was concerned
Anyone interested? I know there are some hard core "expedition type's" on this site that might be interested??????