Looking for more vehicles for Baja after Christmas

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Juan Galindo

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So we have December 27 to January 5 right? So let’s get a little more specific on dates of stays at each camp locations.
I’m interested in doing this
 
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Hey guys, very interested. Will keep checking in for more details but I should be able to make it work with my schedule. Excited to meet some of you guys.
 

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im just watching this thread because my rig wont be ready by then but this trip looks awesome
You could do this with a stock vehicle and a ground tent all day long. There will be others to help you out. I did something like this trip with my wife a 2 wheel drive little truck in the 90s. The road south of Puertecitos to Chapala was famous for how bad it was. You should go!!!
 
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We are bowing out. Headed to Key West instead. Regrets. Maybe next winter...
 

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You could do this with a stock vehicle and a ground tent all day long. There will be others to help you out. I did something like this trip with my wife a 2 wheel drive little truck in the 90s. The road south of Puertecitos to Chapala was famous for how bad it was. You should go!!!
Ill keep that in mind and keep you updated, I'm leaning towards going that would be a lot of fun
 

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I will throw this out there for discussion.
12/27 meet in San Felipe. I will offer that everyone involved can stay at my wife’s camp north of town. The only fee would be for the water. The camp has cabanas and flush toilets. https://m.facebook.com/ValerieCantu.H/
12/28 one more night in San Felipe. There is fishing to do or explore he surrounding area.
12/29. Head for Bahia de Los Angeles, stoping at Puertecitos and Gonzaga along the way.
12/30 another day in LA Bay. I could spend a week there easy.
12/31 Either head for Guerra Negro or San Fransicito bay. The road to San Fransicito bay is on the Baja 1000 race route and can be pretty rough. One can make a big loop and end up South East of Guerra Negro on Hwy 1. And then come through San Borja on the way back or head up Hwy 1 to San Quintin or Ensanada and go back into the USA at Tecate. After wine tasting in Guadalupe Valley.
Just my thoughts and to get something on paper so we can discuss.
Ken
 

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Ken - thanks for offering your wife's camp. Does she allow dogs?

We have more time than your suggested itinerary so will maybe camp a night or two at Gonzaga Bay - Rancho Grande maybe?

From there, two or three nights at Bahia de Los Angeles - maybe Archelon Camp. Time to explore the area including Bahia de las animas.

One night Mission San Borja

Last night at Guadalupe Canyon Oasis before crossing back Sunday morning at Tecate.

I'm happy to avoid any of the Baja race course routes - they just become endless whoops and ruts and can be pretty miserable to drive on.