Loreto Days We pulled into Loreto a few nights ago and have been here since. Although at first we didn’t take to the town at all (we came in at the tail end of a wind storm at a time when the RV park we stayed at that night was surrounded by loud cars, non-stop barking […]
Living Tiny in Baja is easy, fun, cheap, and totally fulfilling! Whether you live in a pop up tent trailer, RV, van, or house, the beautiful climate, people and area are ideal for simple living.
Little Patch Of Paradise En route to Loreto, we stopped in an absolutely adorable, small, and quaint town called Mulege to buy some groceries, get large water jugs and swap out some dollars for pesos. The one-way streets were very narrow. The pace was very relaxed, people were friendly and it had tons of charm. […]
Teaching Jesus How To Hula Hoop Our goal for yesterday’s drive was to make the full 637 km drive from San Quintin to the Sea of Cortez. However, the drive was slower than we had anticipated (hundreds of kilometers driving through windy, mountain roads) and realizing that nightfall was fast approaching, we instead pulled into […]
The Border Crossing While running our last minute, early-morning errands before crossing the border, Andrew and I realized that we hadn’t seen his passport at all since leaving Ashland. I’ll spare you the details of the three hours of intense emotion that ensued for both of us and I’ll just say that at 11am Andrew […]