Gotta love WiFi, we are in Loreto, Baja California Sur and after a day on Mex 1 a little back up humour (Cdn spelling) is just what I needed. Today I backed under a bouganvilla tree and the back 3 feet of my Escape
is enveloped beautifully with flowers Geez I even made it with one try.
Not like the other day when I nearly wiped out a palapa at los Cocos on the Bahia Conception. With a little help from a new neighbour and no help from my wife we sorted that one out.
Our only problemo is the JRV Monitor lights
, the holding tanks are empty and they continue to show 3/4 full - guess I will have to read all the posts on FRV and work that out.
Off to La Paz tomorrow. Mex 1 is a narrow highway with few shoulders and for the most part so far down is in good shape. Just outside Guerreo Negro the road has been widened to at least 20 feet with shoulders. After driving I-5 and surviving the LA freeways, Mex 1 is a lot more relaxing.
Gerry & Verna
PS: We have found Wi-Fi connections at several RV parks, including this one at US$14 a night, with clean nice showers and facilities.