Welcome to the September edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin. This month, Graham Mackintosh recounts the life of turtle rescuer Antonio Resendiz; Martina takes a stroll down the Avenida López Mateos shopping district in Ensenada; David Kier shares the history of Pozo Alemán; Greg Niemann tells the story of a socialist invasion of Baja and Misty visits the mainland Mexico town of San Carlos. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Remembering Turtle Rescuer Antonio Resendiz By Graham Mackintosh I first visited the Sea Turtle Research Station in Bahía de los Ángeles in the summer of 1983. I kayaked over there from just south of...Read more
Walking Avenida López Mateos By Martina Here is a great road trip and weekend destination, only an hour and a half from the border to Ensenada. The beautiful bay invites massive cruise ships here for a reason, because there...Read more
Pozo Alemán By David Kier Gold was discovered in the central region of Baja California at Calmallí in 1882. One pure gold nugget reportedly weighed fourteen ounces. Hundreds of miners and twenty stamp mills were...Read more
When Socialists Invaded Baja By Greg Niemann The Mexican Revolution that began in 1910 spawned many changes for that country. Along with radical political upheaval, there were also stories of heroism and defeat, and of hope, despair and...
A Summertime San Carlos Getaway By Misty Tosh Earlier this year, my boyfriend and I bought a rural 6-acre ranch in Northern New Mexico. I never thought the Southwest is where I would finally have my own patch of land, but somehow the call...