Author: <span class="vcard">Mrs. Ramble</span>

You can shake the sand from your shoes, but it will never leave your soul. Another tour on our bucket list while we are still in La Paz was to…

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On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair.  Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air.  Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light.  My…

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On Saturday, we were ready to do a day’s worth of car cruising along the east coast of the La Paz peninsula on the Sea of Cortez (aka Gulf of California) to…

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This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday which means it’s time to captivate Mardi Gras in Mexico.  Mexico’s version of Mardi Gras is called Carnaval and lasts for a week.  Carnaval is the…

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There’s something to be said about trying to help or at least participate with increasing the survival rate of endangered or nearly extinct species.  And while enjoying a magnificent location,…

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Mr. Ramble and I grew up during the peak of All-Star Wrestling with Hulk Hogan, Jesse The Bod, Jerry Blackwell, The Crusher, Verne and Greg Gagne, MadDog and many others. …

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Since we have stayed in La Paz for over a week now, we discovered a few favorite places that are typical of Mexico.  You can purchase tortillas in a grocery…

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With a name like whale sharks, you would think swimming with them might not be a good idea.  Even though they are enormous, they are gentle giants.  They are the…

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After a week of boondocking in the paradise setting of Playa Santispac, we became a slight bit stir-crazy, ready to get back on the grid, and join the outside world so we…

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Sure, it is easy to see the pictures of crystal clear, turquoise ocean bays and say we need to travel through Baja, Mexico but it is not for the faint of heart.  A…

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