Winter Beach Day

Winter Beach Day

The weather was fantastic yesterday, the sun was out and there was almost no wind, so a drive to the beach was a no-brainer.  We finally got to see Mr. Beefy, the catamaran that was beached late last year after a storm.  I saw before pictures of this boat and it was a...
Holidays in San Quintin

Holidays in San Quintin

December brought cold weather to the Pacific side of Baja. We got back from Loreto and had to break out the comforters and quilts. I love this one that Dave’s Grandma made for him so many years ago. It reads, “Grandma Cole loves David 1976”.  Such a...
Mision Nuestra Señora De Loreto

Mision Nuestra Señora De Loreto

Our casita was just 2 blocks from the historic town square where they had shops, restaurants, museums and an old Mission. Mision Nuestra Señora De Loreto, was the first mission of the Californias and was founded in 1697 by Jesuit missionaries.  The wood ceiling beams...
San Javier Mission

San Javier Mission

We drove to the San Javier Mission, which is officially called Misión San Francisco Javier de Viggé-Biaundó is the second oldest mission and construction of this beautiful stone church building began in 1744 and took 14 years to complete. We were told that this small...
Coronado Island and San Basilio

Coronado Island and San Basilio

I have a deep love for Baja Sur, it has captivated me and stirred something deep in my soul.  If I did not have more “adventuring” to do in my life, this is where I would want to live.  Today was amazing as we got to experience Baja Sur from the ocean, aboard our...
Loreto

Loreto

We had a layback drive from Mulege to Loreto and took a little under 2 hours.  Loreto is a charming town, with a combination of old-world charm and architecture and modern hotels and restaurants.  Although there are a large number of expats, it does not feel like a...