L.A. Bay, San Borja, & Catavina Pictographs in July, 2003


On June 28, my daughter Sarah and I drove south to enjoy a week vacation with friends at Camp Gecko. A one day excursion to Mision San Borja and two visiting stations of that mission (Santa Ana and San Ignacito) was made. On the way home (July 5), Sarah took several photos of the colorful rock art near Catavina. A pic of me by Baja Nomad at Fred Hall's is at the end. Please ignore it if you know what I look like, LOL!

Gypsy's Wet Buzzard Bar, Rancho Cielito Lindo

Here is Laura with Sarah.
We stop here Saturday morning for
some of Laura's breakfast burritios... the 'best' in Baja!

The El Camino Real (looking south)

Along the highway into Bahia de los Angeles,
the original trail connecting the California missions can be seen just south of the Km.30 post.
29°01.81'/ 113°52.09' (NAD27).

Camp Gecko, Bahia de los Angeles

Just a great week for relaxing, fishing, and exploring...
Sitting under the tree with a book is El Camote.

The island filled bay seen from Camp Gecko's cabins.

Visit Doc Abraham Vasquez' web site at
http://www.campgecko.com/
and turn up your speakers for some cha cha cha music!
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