Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Thursday, 23 February 2017
From Loreto to Ciudad Constitucion we had a lot of rain and wind! We got to Ciudad Constitucion and stayed at Palapa 206 RV Park and Motel. We paid for 1 night as it was our stop before La Paz. The next morning we packed up and left and ran into construction. Because of the rain they had, the roads were mud pits!! We parked on the road and watched while buses & trucks got stuck and slip sliding away!! We decided to go back to the campground to stay for one more night. We did not want to chance getting bogged down in the mud! Doug had to back up for about 1 km to get turned around, 2 mexican guys in a truck helped us. One guy in the truck drove behind us with his four way lights on and the other guy helped guide Doug back down the highway. We really appreciated their help!! It was an extremely stressful morning!! We were so happy to get back to the campground. The next morning Leon drove his car to check out the road, it was dry and much better! I can’t believe how fast it dried out, well not all of it, but most of the road was dry. We packed up and set out again. This time we made it through without any problems. When we got closer to La Paz there was more construction it was slow but easy to get through! We are now at Campestre Maranatha Rv Park. They had two caravan groups coming in so they had no hookup spots so we got two nice spots in the back that was nice and private. We are both set up for boondocking so it was not a problem for us. We are staying 3 nights here so we can check out La Paz.
Feb 8th to 10th we stayed at Rice and beans Oasis Rv Park. It was a nice place with a great restaurant!! They made the best Margarita’s and the food was very good! On the 10th we left and our next stop was Mulege, where we stayed at Villa Maria Isabel RV Park. We really enjoyed this park and the owner’s son Daniel was so friendly and helpful!! We did laundry in Mulege and some grocery shopping. We went to see the Mission and also the Prison, which was turned into a museum. It was very interesting.