Welcome to the August edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month, Martina visits Finca la Carrodilla; Jay Gittens kayaks Isla San Jose; David Kier tells the story of the disappearing Santo Tomás missions; Greg Niemann shares the curious past of Santiago and Misty finds perfection on the Sea of Cortez. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Finca la Carrodilla By Martina From El Porvenir a long dirt road heads to the granite strewn foothills. The sky is deep blue with wispy horsetail clouds. Tiny green shoots poke...Read more
Kayaking Isla San Jose By Jay Gittens As we set off by road from the center of La Paz, my buddy James and I share in the excitement of our forthcoming adventure; to partially circumnavigate...Read more
Santo Tomás - Disappearing Missions By David Kier Mission Santo Tomás was established to reduce the large gap along El Camino Real between the missions San Vicente and San Miguel. This was the...Read more
Subtle Surprises of Santiago By Greg Niemann One of the most restful villages on the Baja California peninsula wasn’t always that way. A mission established in 1724 in the verdant valley of...
Sea of Cortez Perfection By Misty Tosh Now is about the time of year where the dog days of summer start to really suck the life out of everything. The heat index soars, the wind is like...