Time to depart Paraiso and head north to San Felipe for the Baja 250: I'm really starting to like Ciudad Constitucion. Especially the new multi-level parking garage: After stopping at Coco's to exchange meds for stickers, I am simply amazed at Alfonsino's. There is a working Pemex 40 miles from nowhere: I rode my Harley thru here last year and Coco was out of stickers, so I was happy to take one from him this time. But he told me that the San Felipe 250 was moved to Ensenada this year because one of the eijidos (land owners) wouldn't accept the SCORE race payment. Oh well, I can probably get a hotel room now. So, I push on. I spent the night partying with some of the local agricultural workers from that very eijido. It turns out this agribusiness employs about a thousand locals and may not be easily intimidated. But, the downtown was fairly empty. Well, lets head to Ensenada to see if I can find the Husky Race teams. I'm off early and hit the brakes at this spot: OK, change in plans. Now to find a place to launch the escape pod: A mile down the road and I find Loncheria Anabel. He agrees to let me park and assures me his pit-bull will protect my gear: 40 km up the trail and: Nobody here but the service staff, so I enjoy the shade: Now I decide to head back down and find the Race Course.