Camping and four wheeling Baja California has been a passion of David Kier, starting as a child in the family
Jeep. At 15, David published his first Baja guidebook and a second was published the following year. David
enjoys helping travelers and continues to research Baja’s rich history and write travel articles. In 2012, he
teamed up with history authors Kurillo and Tuttle to write ‘The Old Missions of Baja & Alta California,
1697-1834’. David maintains the website Vivabaja.com to
share his travels, and more!
Storytelling is an ancient oral tradition among many of the world’s early inhabitants. Here in Baja, the Kumiai
people represent how this tradition was carried by the old ones’ stories without benefit of the written word.
Martina, author, editor and journalist, presents her version of how storytelling can vividly portray travel in
Baja. Her stories are visual, vibrant and authentic.
About the author: When she's not sailing her pirate style sailboat or working on her Indonesian based NGO, LA
based TV producer Misty Tosh spends all her free time traipsing the backroads of Mexico (Baja in particular) on
the hunt for the next great culinary find.
Greg Niemann has had Baja Fever all his life; some of his favorite childhood memories go back to romping around
Ensenada beaches during the early 1940s. He bought his first Baja hideaway in 1971 and still has a beach home there.
A long-time Baja writer for various publications, Niemann is also the award-winning author of Baja Fever, Baja
Legends, Palm Springs Legends, Big Brown: The Untold Story of UPS, and Las Vegas Legends. Read more...
Georgia Tanner's enchantment with the wild spaces of Baja California grew from surf safaris during the '60s and
'70s. In 1979, tired of fighting environmental battles in her native state, she sold her off-grid home near
Point Conception, California, and moved to Baja full time. Her passion for creating lifestyles in harmony with
nature led her to live off the grid again, on the Northern Gulf of California, using the sun for cooking and for
distilling water from the sea.
Over the past decade, ‘Hooked on Baja’ author, Tom Gatch, has built a solid reputation as one of the foremost
writers and columnists focusing on outdoor, travel and culinary topics in Baja and southern California. His
company, EL PUERTO Creative Consultants S.A. de C.V. also provides professional copywriting and creative support
for business entities on both sides of the border.