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David K
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[*] posted on 3-26-2018 at 05:16 PM
1983, 84, 85 AAA Guidebook


The first post-Hwy. 1 completion Auto Club guides had the Eagle Monument as the front cover. I have a 1975 edition.

The next cover is of our favorite beach palm tree scene at El Coyote, Bahía Concepción. You know, the palms that have been photographed at the top of the beach sand, just above high tide, since the 1940s, and after all this sea level rising is still just above the high tide line 70 years later.

The cover of the next guidebooks changed to a wave crashing scene (1988-1991 and maybe more years), perhaps at Cabo...

Here is the cover of at least three editions I have (1983, 84, 85):



A Nomad was kind enough to offer to share his to my collection if I didn't have it already. That is what gave me the idea to show this 35-year-old book. Let me know if you want to see anything inside!




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