I've really, really, really been enjoying the photos and bits of prose Cerre has been posting about her stay in Baja on her father's farmland. Here are a few teaser shots. I recommend you check out the rest if you are a Baja Lover, like I am. I totally wish I was down in that sweet, dry, dusty air right now walking the empty beaches.I'm remembering a trip down there with my family...maybe 15 years ago or so. We drove for two days to get to Bahia Concepcion, staying in little towns like Santa Rosalia and Guerrero Negro along the way. We snorkeled, slept under palapas on a beach we had to ourselves, harvested clams (which we steamed each night with butter and white wine), bought fish from 2 fisherman with a tiny boat as they pulled up to the shore (which we used for fish tacos with fat slices of mango on them), squeezed what seemed like hundreds of those tiny, sweet limes each night with my Uncle Brad to make margaritas I can still never duplicate..... I can't wait to take our kids down there when they get older.
If it all sounds so simple and blissful, that's because it was. And if it sounds like "Where's the nearest Four Seasons and pool boy??" Well, maybe it's not really a trip for you. :)
all photos by 2 or 3 things