Edit, that was Rick and Sherry, my bad for doing a rushed update at McDonalds. They did stay in the 21 this year.
Quite a day. We had 3 goals; get across the border, get through Tecate without a traffic ticket and get through Ensenda.
The border took about 3 minutes because we already had our 180 day visas, Tecate stop signs we'd scoped out yesterday so no problem there except for highway construction and a lack of flag people
but we made it and Ensenada was much easier than most large city rush hours.
Roads are narrow, varied condition but OK. Crazy drivers though, don't know why they waste money on yellow paint to put solid double yellow lines down. No one but me seems to obey that rule.
Gas price is about the same as at home.
Longish day but we're now south of San Quinten in a place called Los Olivos. It's an olive grove that has facilites for a few RV's by the olive grove. Full facilities for 250 pesos or $20 US. Very nice.
We've had two longish days so tomorrow we'll make an easier day and hopefully get to Guerrero Negro the next day and Michele will be able to get up close and personal with the whales.
Already regret not taking a few Spanish classes. We'll get by, we always do but I can see it'd make the trip much easier.