Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Rancho El Topo and Cañón El Tajo
For the weekend of October 19-20, 2019 we headed down to Baja, Mexico, to a place called Rancho El Topo, which is a 4000 acre ranch in northern Baja. Canyon El Tajo is nearby and is a fairly well known rock climbing area. The ranch and canyon are about 30km (20 maahls) south of the Mexican town of La Rumorosa. I'll just cut the long description of the trip short here and supply the goods: the photos. These have captions, so they tell the story. In summary, farm stay, horse riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, camp fire, margaritas, and one of the best regions of Pinyon woodland you'll find in the area. All good stuff.
Unfortunately Google Photos doesn't let you create public photo albums (yet), so this link is all I have so far. I'm definitely making a point of getting away from Facebook because it keeps all your content invisible from the rest of the internet, to be seen only by a tiny audience, generally unseen, and never to be indexed by a search engine or stumbled upon for others to enjoy. I'm currently looking at other online photos services that allow fully publicly visible photo albums.
I also made a video of our hike to the Notch at Canyon El Tajo. It's 10 minutes long but covers it well, particularly the difficult boulder cave climb at the top.
I guess that's all for now. Enjoy the video.
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-Dave Bad Person
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