Tag Archive: Loreto

Feb 13

LA PAZ! And the end of Operation: Fish Tacos!

The deep track through the deep sand is a sign of deep frustration... Time to push.

Well, Tony and I have reached the end of the road for Stage 2 of the Tour de Zack y Tony.  Operation Fish Taco is now complete.  Baja California has proven itself to be a very special place; a wild, desolate strip of desert with only one road to take you from one end to …

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Feb 03

Final Leg to La Paz

The campground crew in Loreto.  From left to right: Felix, Me, Constantine, Anushka, Kilian, Maire, Johan, Karl.  Constantine, Anushka, and Kilian are a very young german family driving in the VW van behind.  Kilian is 7 months old and has been traveling for 4 months.  Marie and Johan are swiss Pan-americana cyclist traveling south.

Tomorrow I leave for La Paz on the final leg of this stage of the Tour de Zack (sort of).  From here in Loreto it is still another 370 km, 90 km of which is off-road, to get to the city whose name means “The Peace”.  I expect the journey to take five days.  From …

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Jan 30

Journey to Loreto

Broken Rim

Broken Rim! Karl, Felix, Tony, and I didn’t make it a single day from San Ignacio before we had a rim break. Ironically, it wasn’t Tony’s rim that broke, it was Karl’s.  Just before descending down into Santa Rosalia (the longest fastest hill I have seen thus far) Karl hit one of those little bumps …

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