We leave Santa Rosalia early and spend the day climbing up, down and around a meandering Highway 1. The road sneaks inland then naturally comes back to the shore to catch glimpses of the ever-beautiful Sea of Cortez. Eventually we make our way toward another oasis on our route, the small town of Mulege.
Kai climbing into Mulege
Stuff we consume has to come from somewhere, right? Whether its drinking water or construction aggregate, unless you produce it yourself, someone somewhere else has to get it for you. And, unfortunately, while getting this stuff for you, sometimes other folks don’t carry front and center your best interests or the best interests of the environment.
The following are a couple of examples of things that should be obvious [Read More...]
Our time in Guerrero Negro offered us a very nice break. So nice, as a matter of fact, that it took us awhile to leave.
With our hotel room offering two beds, one for each of us to perch upon, we spent our time leisurely catching up on world news, writing, reading and connecting. [Read More...]
We ended up spending a good chunk of time relaxing in our oasis at Hotel Malarrimo in Guerrero Negro. It was quiet and peaceful. The hotel had wi-fi (that we could actually connect to from INSIDE the room!) and a restaurant attached so some days I only moved from our room to the dining area and back (*embarrassing*).
It’s time to Connect the Dots people!
Climate Impacts Day, sponsored by 350.org, is May 5th. It’s a global day of ACTION TAKING, a grassroots movement to fight climate change…….so get ready to ride with us!
We're riding for change. Join Us!
350 Kilometers :: 350 Parts Per Million
Scientists warn that we must reduce the amount of CO2 [Read More...]