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We are gong to Baja, down to La Paz, early spring. If you wish to tag along, you are welcome. Just PM. We will travel pretty quickly to La Paz to seek out the warmer weather and than work our way back North as it warms. We have friends we will be visiting along the way and I know you would be welcome, the RVer & internet friend thing. Have been to Mexico many times with the RV so know the routine. We are taking a Jeep to do day trips and off-roading. UTV do very well in Mexico. In general less expensive trip than the USA but Mexican Insurance is required. Travel less than 300-200 miles a day in route.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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