Okay, if you're here for an exciting, heart stopping, hair raising, wild eyed adventure to Baja - stop now. If you're here because you're bored, its cold outside, your bike is broken or stolen, you’ve looked at all the ‘Toxic Brittany’ posts, or you got nothing better to do you are probably in the correct place. Incursion by DDMcGinnis, on Flickr Here is a little inspiration music. I picked it because it has the words south and Mexico in it. I didn't shoot ANYBODY! <iframe src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/yzkvWWMacyY?rel=0" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" width="420"></iframe> This is ANOTHER Baja report. Some photos, some antidotes ( I don’t really know what this means, but seemed like good word to use), some medical advice thanks to Coco, a real medical emergency, and who knows what else???? disclaimer: "Any resemblance to persons living or dead should be plainly apparent to them and those who know them, especially if the author has been kind enough to have provided their real names and, in some cases, their e-mail addresses. All events described herein actually happened, though on occasion the author has taken certain, very small, liberties with chronology and facts, because that is his right as an American.” So let’s get started. I will truck myself and my bike down to Yuma to meet up with Baja Team 6, the players include: Myself (Chabon) Yamaha WR250X Burt ( Mi Vale Madre) Yamaha WR250R fitted with X wheels Brad (Bgunn) Yamaha WR250R Tim DR650 (Live2Ride) Mike (Shortcutsmc) KLR650 Lee (LeeU) Drz400 Destination: South, far as we can get before we need to turn around and be back to Yuma in nine days.