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markovThe time may be right

Next January is my next chance for a trip. I’m looking into guided trips now.

Edit: February, March, and April look like the most common months for trips. 4 years ago

tikini wikini I still want to do this

However, I am removing all the goals from my list that are not part of my immediate plans. Immediate meaning, foreseeable future. Things I can do from where I am today in life, rather than things I wish I could do one day. 6 years ago

tikini wikini ever since one of my friends

told me about doing this, in the Sea of Cortez, I have longed to go.

She said she could hear the whales breathing.

I am pressing hard on my honey to buy a tandem kayak. Maybe that is what I will give him for Christmas. Or maybe, just update the roof rack to be able to transport it. And we can shop together for the kayak.

Not having one is too ridiculous. We can literally carry it out behind our house and launch it. This is the sort of thing where we will get the kayak and before we can take it out there, we’ll sell the house. 7 years ago

MikeTheBumSea of cortez - Loreto to La Paz

Great trip, i’m keen to see more and do it all again! 7 years ago

PasadenaSueJust beware of the wind.

I spent a week kayaking in Baja but also spent a few days stuck on shore when the wind started blowing and didn’t let up. It was fun, colder than I expected, and something I would do again. 7 years ago

Tio D. working to end Huntington diseaseBoth amazing spots to kayak in Baja

Bahia de los Angeles, Baja California
Loreto, Baja California Sur 8 years ago

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