My friend Joaquin called me on Tuesday night with an invitation too tempting to refuse... Joaquin, Tona, and I, with the ongoing support of Joaquin's wife Dana on her chase pick up, embarked in another great Baja Adventure. Day One: Left Santo Domingo at noon, rode 119 miles of great trails, with lots of water crossings, rocks, extreme muddy conditions and ruts, and ended up at Mama Espinoza's in el Rosario at 10:00 p.m. with just fumes of gas left on our tanks. There are excellent views, vegetation, and great riding. It took as longer than expected due to the difficulty of the terrain due to the recent rains. It was very challenging, and just a lot of fun! Here we are leaving Ensenada on Friday from Tona's home. Start of ride, Arrollo Santo Domingo. In the first two miles of the ride, I got stuck on this deep mudpuddle, had to step into the mud, my friend Joaquin helped me, and made it through without falling. Beautiful views on the way to El Rosario. Lots of green and vegetation due to the recent rains. Lots of fun water crossings. Here's Joaquin on his DRZ400S. Someone said rocks??? Here's Joaquin going up. :blink: Someone said BMW G650X can't climb rocks??? Oh no, are we lost? :blink: Is there a gas station around here at 9 p.m. 20 miles of technical muddy terrain left... Heck, we were in good spirits! :) We made it to Mama Espinoza's Hotel in El Rosario at 10:00 p.m. Some fuel fumes left on our gas tanks, and very, very hungry. Second day, El Rosario to Coco's corner (my picture did not come up), to Punta Bufeo (close to Alfonsina's). It was nice to meet Coco and have a beer at Coco's Corner, then kept on going to Alfonsina's turn off. Arriving at Punta Burfeo. Beautiful place! On the way to Puertesitos and San Felipe. Beautiful riding along the coast! :) Finally in San Felipe! Here's Tona, Dana, and Joaquin having some fish tacos! The end of another great Baja Adventure!