April 3rdThanks to Luis, Ted and Drew for the pictures and videos.
We gathered at my place and had pancakes to start the day properly, then heading down to the border to join the rest of the team.
So after we got some pesos and food, we were ready to continue down to Ensenada.
The official sticker, it all made sense later on...
Stopped at a winery to "sample" some of their stuff, time well spent.
We got to Ensenada, camping on the beach. This trip I wanted to try sleeping inside the range rover and I love it, simple.
Cool wine collection.
April 4thThere is something magical about waking up in the beach.
Truck still goes strong.
Ensenada time for tacos.
La Bufadora, a little touristy spot.
Oh, more danger, martian boobs?
Where are they?
Always time for some music...
April 5thLet's go!
Ingalls, the GPS
This is getting interesting.
Beginning of the trail, airing down.
A nice bunch of people...
Ingalls brought a sister...
We made it to the mission, going up is not going to be that easy...
Ah, the sticker makes sense now.
I love these tires, really good offroad.
... music ...
Nice hike up the mountain:
I didn't get any pictures of the pool, but it was great. After all the walking and swimming, music and tea.
Let's get out of here... not that easy...
Broken diff for our Baja friends.
There is always time for food.
Ok, so some shavings from the diff in the magnet...
Representando al CLRTTE:
Despite no rear traction on the series and no front diff on the Disco II, we all made it out safely.
Despite being tired and being very late, Coco agreed to meet us, he told us some of the stories he has in his log book of people passing by this legendary place.
We are in Bahia Gonzaga, let's relax!
We did quite some work on the series to make it road worthy again, rear stub axle was shot.
Lanterns were released when the wind slowed down a bit, thanks Ron.
Time to slowly go back home.
Ram Rober clearly.
San Felipe, yet more food.
And a song or two:
Great video from Drew: