The central desert area that we drove through was in unprecedented, full bloom as we drove through. Mike had been traveling the Baja for 40+ years and he had never seen the desert with this much of a bloom and green. The Baja had a good amount of rain this year and this proceeded the bloom. My drive-by-shots do not do the flowers justice. There were few places to park to photograph the beauty we saw. These photos are the best I have to show. In the camp that night I did manage to catch a few shots. The litter on the side of the road was where some type of truck had caught fire.
This situation was Wayne's problem again. (love you Wayne) Pulled off the highway in this picture is deceiving. Earlier we came to a dead stop on HWY 1 because a part of Wayne's trailer frame broke and was dragging. We got out the orange rags to make sure the upcoming traffic knew we were at a dead stop. A miracle that was a few miles ahead, was this pull out. Second miracle, was the tire shop that had a welder, at the next set of two businesses! The caravan traveled on to the next stop and Wayne and Randy stayed with the welding situation,
It is advisable not to eat dinner here...I had no problem but others may have. We had arrived near sunset.
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After my husbands widow maker heart attack in 2004, the doctor said just relax and enjoy life for a while. So it happened: the 43' NewMar Mountain Aire coach was purchased and the house sold....eventually. Relaxing? Not always! We are truly blessed to spend this time together... and with friends.
September 2015 now traveling with Ford F350diesel dually and Host Mammoth Truck Camper.