So, there I was.... pushing the bike back to camp at Scorpion Bay when the bike died on me while I was taking a joy ride out to the point. Having had the fuel pump go on me once before, I was able to find the problem with the first quess. Flashback: some of you may remember my ride report (meeting the people of Mexico) where the bolts worked there way out of the rottor and destroyed my stater. That was the first 950 trip to baja, We were able to get it going and limp back across the boarder. So now the question. Do I try to get a pump sent to me (to Loreto), or do I cut the trip short and have the bike trailered out with some surfer guys leaving in a couple of days? Also, I was told there was a mechanic in town who could look at it, what ever, I dought he can fix a bad fuel pump but, what the hell. Since even a bad day is a good day in Baja I decided to go surfing. See the litttle black dot in the middle. Thats me taking a nice long ride. The waves aren't that big but they go forever and are alot of fun. Now to get back to the point of this thread. while surfing I decide to have the bike trailered to San Ignacio and then stay there if I can have the part shipped to me. None of that maters though, becouse the next day Oscar (the guy I gave the pump to to be fixed) had me up and running. What the hell. how do you fix a fuel pump? We'll store this one in your memory bankes. Oscar opened it up and found that the points were misaligned. Easy fix. I didnt even know the fuel pump had points. I gave Oscar 7 bucks and took his boy (who loved motos) for a ride (I think I scared the hell out of him). So my 950 has broken down the two times it went to Baja, but if you look at the glass half full, you can see that in both cases it was able to be fixed and riden back home. Heres some pics of out trip Long Live ADVrider.