Luckily the day was not all work.
Zach Plopper, Ben McCue and I left Imperial Beach early, crossed the border and surf checked the TJ-Ensenada coast.
We settled on San Miguel for a no-crowd 2-3′ crystal clear water very fun session. The water was warm for northern Baja (64 or so).
There was not a single other surfer out on the entire TJ-Ensenada coastline.
I mean nadie. No one. Nobody.
I love surfing San Miguel with no crowd. You pay $5.00 to park. The bathrooms and shower area are clean. There is no trash.
All in all what Baja Norte is supposed to be.
But no longer is.
She was crazy.
Apparently she was angry at the boyfriend for being in the ocean.
So she got in the driver’s seat of the car, started it up and proceeded to spin in circles around the San Miguel parking lot.
Start and Stop.Drive in a circle. Start and Stop. Punch the gas. Drive in a cirlcle. Start and Stop.
We hauled ass out of there before she decided to drive into us.
No matter where you are in Baja there is always something interesting happening.
Now after a fun session at San Miguel, what is the best breakfast option?
Tacos El Trailero por supuesto!!
You know it is good when all the Baja1000 teams have plastered their stickers all over the place.
Trust the desert racers.
After a day of meetings (and the great news that our Condor Conservation Team had won a national conservation award in Mexico), the boys decided to stop once again at El Trailero.
Viva los Tacos!