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And now, more pics from the trail!
(The pic above, BTW, was just a superficial scratch I received from not being careful around cactus. It barely hurt and healed quickly.)
Made it to Mulegé. Very cool little town.
The locals seem fascinated by my cart.
I include this picture because that’s what most of this part of the trail is: rolling brown hills and cactus. Lots and lots of cactus.
Typical hot sauces available at a Mexican restaurant. See your favorite? Message me below.
I love when vultures do this. So dramatic!
South end of the Bahia de Conception. Really beautiful beaches.
Call me gringo, guero or chico blanco. Just don’t call me late for dinner!
Camping on this trail has been a joy. Most every night is dry and quiet with temps in the 50’s. Occasionally, I get stuck having to listen to loud trucks or barking dogs but most often, it’s just the sound of the wind and a few crickets. It’s usually very easy to find a private, flat, sandy spot. Pretty much wherever I am at around 6pm, I just walk 50 yards off the trail and I can find a great campsite.
And the obligatory sunset shot.