The final day of the trip was another play day. I was already close to Tucson and had no real agenda. There was a lot of this... And this... I gave the Honda a pretty good work out, pushing her harder than I have previously, and she did well. I could probably tweak the Tractive shock a bit for the rougher stuff, but all in all I have no complaints. She soaked up some big bumps and rocks, never bottoming out the forks or shock. Not bad for a heavy bike. After trying to connect a couple of roads south of Sonoita, I came to a hill that I wasn’t willing to try alone, which was just as well because I’d run out of water. There were a couple of puddles I could have salvaged some water from in a pinch, but there was also bottled water back in the store in Sonoita. After hydrating and caffeinating, I decided to ride some of the fast dirt along the border towards Bisbee, where I had lunch and then took the backroads back to Tucson. All in all, it was a great trip, although the highway run between Nogales and San Carlos was too damn long. Given enough time, you could follow the beach road from Puerto Libertad to Bahia Kino and then slab it to San Carlos. Next time I’ll take the ferry over to Baja and come back that way. Anyway, that’s a wrap. If you have any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them. If you’ve been thinking about riding in Mexico, then I say just go for it.