Monthly Archives: August 2016

Riding Baja: Summer Motorcycling Destinations

rancho meling baja

Temperatures in Central and Southern Baja soar to over 100 degrees in the summer so stick to the north until the mercury drops in October. Here are come cool—in both senses of the word—destinations. Guadalupe Valley Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe produces 90% of all of the wine that comes from Mexico and is growing famous… Read more »

Peninsula Picks: 5 Boutique Wineries in Valle de Guadalupe

Lechuza Winery Valle de Guadalupe

There are currently over 120 wineries in the Valle de Guadalupe, which means that while there are plenty of options, it can be challenging to know the best places to go. We’ve picked some our favorite boutique wineries that capture the true essence of the valley with rustic charm, intimate atmospheres, and great wines. For a wine… Read more »

August Baja Fishing Report

Baja Fishing Report

This season, the dorado have been small with very few over ten pound and even fewer over twenty. It seems that the warnings of the past regarding overfishing the dorado have become a reality. The is the second year of practically no mature dorado — only juveniles. During the month of July this year, several… Read more »

PedWest

PedWest Tijuana Border Crossing

The PedWest San Ysidro pedestrian border crossing opened in July 2016. The new pedestrian bridge and crossing facility is located just west of the southbound vehicle El Chaparral crossing and has 14 lanes—12 northbound and 2 southbound. PedWest is meant to supplement the original pedestrian crossing east of the northbound vehicle crossing lanes at San Ysidro…. Read more »