I had some great fun Thursday -- I joined a crew of about 35 fishermen and divers, organized by Noroeste Sustentable ("NOS"), who are moving "callos de hacha" from a marina channel that is scheduled to be re-dredged shortly, part of the group's larger mission of restoring and preserving the estuary at the backwater end of… Continue reading Botete
By Russ Ham When Edrulfo Castillo Ojeda and his sons turn on the big lights at Arena California, they are inviting the public to watch quality boxing in a family-friendly venue. Mexico has produced more world champion boxers than any other country, and that talent grows from places like this, on Calle Altamirano, one block north… Continue reading Boxing: A Family-Friendly Event in La Paz
By Harvey Rawn While driving in Baja, I occasionally come across a roadside memorial for someone who has perished in an accident. I’ll sometimes find one in a dangerous curve on a twisty section of road. I’ve also seen them beside straight sections of narrow highway that have no shoulders, and resting in other sobering… Continue reading Roadside Memorials
The rod curved toward the water, and I leaned forward a bit to let the fish run. I knew it was not a big fish, but I was going to catch him.