Welcome to the April 2022 edition of the Baja Bound Bulletin! In this edition, Greg Niemann explores the first Baja settlement; Martina recounts a curious Harley meetup in Loreto; David Kier visits the grandpas of San Jacinto and Tom Gatch provides the spring fishing report. We still have discounted copies of the amazing Baja Atlas available as well. ¡Viva Baja!
Baja's First Settlement
By Greg Niemann
It was conquistador Hernán Cortés, the conqueror of Mexico, who personally went on to Baja California in 1535 to establish the peninsula’s first...Read more
Harley Hogs and Mayan Secrets
Do you want to know a secret? Traveling in Baja California has many hidden secrets and they are often found in the most unlikely places. As it...Read more
The Grandpas of San Jacinto
By David Kier
I have heard it talked about; a place where old men, without family to care for them, live out their final days. A place where any donations of...Read more
Spring Fishing Report
By Tom Gatch After what was a chilly, blustery conclusion to 2021, the sunny spring weather has finally brought the welcoming warmth...