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Baja Rain / Moonlight Hike

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July 23, 2004 09:57PM
Just returned from southern Baja where frequent thunderstorms have made things really green. The tropical desert is alive with life and there is water running in many of the canyons. One night I woke up around 4am to watch an incredible lightning storm that drenched the area. Water temps were well into the 80s making snorkling nice. Saw many turtles,whales and marlin along with schools of porpise doing flips and jumps for fun. All of the fish I caught were released alive except one that we ate for dinner. Baja is such an amazing place. I heard from some local residents about a place in the mountains called agua caliente . Next time I have to explore a little more.

Next weekend we are hosting a moonlight hike in Juniper Flats. All are welcome to join us on the evening of July 31st. Meet inside the Village entrance at Bowen Ranch Road and the cattle guard next to the Cascade Trail sign around sundown. Hike is not strenuous but bring water and hiking boots. This hike is hosted by the Friends of Juniper Flats and kids are welcome.
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Baja Rain / Moonlight Hike

LaughingBear 892July 23, 2004 09:57PM

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