TRIP #4 page done! The Remote Pacific Coast

David K - 1-22-2022 at 03:22 PM

Baja Bound Research Trip #4 web page is done!
Trip #4 explores the distant, remote Pacific Coast (between El Rosario and Guerrero Negro). I begin on Hwy. 5 and cross over to Hwy. 1, near San Vicente from Valle de la Trinidad. Many photos, road logs, and commentary for you. My weird diversion of plans at Rancho La Miseria was interesting, too!

[Edited on 1-22-2022 by David K]

ligui - 1-22-2022 at 06:08 PM

Thanks David ! Enjoyed the read. :bounce:

David K - 1-22-2022 at 07:03 PM

Quote: Originally posted by Lance S.  
Really enjoying the photos. Did you take any pictures of the surface water at Codornices?

No, if you mean the place also called Rancho San Antonio. I wanted to see the old adobe but the road veered away from it in the area of palms with a deserted looking track going to it (I would discover later was the way) and I stayed with the 'main road, what little there was (thinking it would go to the ranch before heading to the coast).

I would like to see photos taken there.

David K - 1-22-2022 at 07:11 PM

Quote: Originally posted by ligui  
Thanks David ! Enjoyed the read. :bounce:

Great... Nice of you to leave a comment!

This report was posted on Nomad back in 2017 and on Tacoma World forums, too. However, Nomad photo posting needs had me use Photobucket to share... and they changed the deal. Now, all the photos (or most) have a watermark across them and no longer at the uploaded size of 800 pixels, originally set at.

Not sure why the ones on Tacoma World were preserved in their original format, but great. In any case, now eith the NEW platform, it only made sense to make new pages for my trip albums. I only have the rest of 2017 to make (Trip # 5-7) and one trip in 2018 and one in 2019.

I do wish my photos off my PC folder were enhanced or perked-up a little... as Photobucket did have that feature ( does not).

Thanks again for your feedback!

TacoFeliz - 1-23-2022 at 11:37 AM

Good writeup David! Your VivaBaja site is looking super clean these days. Please keep it going and don't hesitate to sing out if you need a hand with any graphics stuff. Always happy to help.

David K - 1-23-2022 at 12:14 PM

Oh, so cool to offer!
Nomads, TacoFeliz created my book's cover back in 2016.