Happy New Year and welcome to the January edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Jay Gittens explores the gray whales of Baja; David Kier recounts an early journey to Bahía de los Ángeles; Tom Gatch provides the winter fishing report; Greg Niemann shares a Baja camping adventure and Martina takes part in a cacao ceremony. Wherever you go south of the border, remember to visit BajaBound.com for the easiest way to get Mexican auto insurance!
The Gray Whales of Baja By Jay D. Gittens The record for the longest known mammalian migration is held by none other than the gray whale (Eschrichtius robustus). The eastern...Read more
1967 Baja Trip to Bahía de los Ángeles By David Kier Fifty-three years ago, in the summer of 1967, my parents and I took our Jeep Wagoneer to L.A. Bay going through San Felipe, Gonzaga Bay, and...Read more
Baja Fishing Report By Tom Gatch Despite the torrential rains that descended upon us during the holiday season, they have now departed and we are once again basking...Read more
Camping on the Beach By Greg Niemann Instead of prairie schooners, horses and wagons, our three vans formed the circle around our camp’s outer perimeter. Assorted tables and...
Cacao: A Ceremony into the Mystery of Chocolate By Martina The room was dark. Dancing candlelight warmed the faces of those sitting in the circle. They have come from...