Welcome to the April edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! This month we are proud to unveil our brand new logo that is part of the new Baja Bound website that will be launching later this year. We hope you like it! In this edition, Martina visits Casa Frida winery; Greg Niemann shares the history of Pascual the clam man; Tom Gatch provides the Baja fishing report; David Kier explores the curious history of missions in Baja Sur and we check out the upcoming Rosarito Ensenada Bike Ride. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
Casa Frida By Martina Early spring in the Guadalupe Valley is filled with light and damp soil after the rains. The wild flowers are a striking display of colors and the heavy clouds...Read more
Pascual the Clam Man By Greg Niemann “Clam Man here. I’m the Clam Man. Wanna buy some clams? My clams make you horny,” the bearded old man chanted as he dragged a full gunny sack...Read more
Baja Fishing ReportBy Tom Gatch After a particularly chilly end to our winter season, spring has finally sprung and it did so in a big way; with summer like temperatures along the...Read more
The Mission Name Game By David Kier The twenty-five Spanish missions on the peninsula of Baja California, plus two more founded after Mexico’s independence, have many intriguing...
Rosarito Ensenada Bike Ride Visit www.rosaritoensenada.com to be a part of the original Baja party on wheels taking place on Saturday, May 4th! Come join 8,000 amigos for the 40th anniversary running of this great event!