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David K
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[*] posted on 4-25-2018 at 06:31 AM


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all I see is the 21 day free trial otherwise it is $9/month billed annually?


Just checked, still working with the maps I made saved.




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[*] posted on 4-25-2018 at 08:18 AM


David, as a side note: you mention reviving Harry Crosby's book. Harry Crosby was my brother's Advanced Chemisty teacher at La Jolla High School, around 1962. (I wasn't smart enough for the advanced class). He was well liked and highly respected at LJHS. Well known for his love of Baja.
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[*] posted on 4-25-2018 at 08:46 AM


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David, as a side note: you mention reviving Harry Crosby's book. Harry Crosby was my brother's Advanced Chemisty teacher at La Jolla High School, around 1962. (I wasn't smart enough for the advanced class). He was well liked and highly respected at LJHS. Well known for his love of Baja.


Yes, Harry is a very cool person. He and I have talked on a couple of occaisions. He was most fascinated at seeing photos of my Tacoma at Mission Santa María! He just couldn't imagine the trail he road a mule over would allow any vehicle through! I have most of his books and he has sigened many for me. I think the web host here (BajaNomad/ Doug) had Harry as a teacher, too?

In 1968, Harry Crosby was hired to photograph El Camino Real sites for this book, and was how he was introduced to (or addicted to) Baja:



In 1974, he published his first Baja book:



In 1981:



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In 2003:



Harry also wrote a novel (Portrait of Paloma) in 2001 and a did book on the historic photos of 1964 Tijuana, in 2000.




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