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October 2011

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LONGING FOR LA PAZ, BCS

The best way to discover the real Baja California is to spend a few days before or after your on-water adventure in La Paz, capital of the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. Located just 100 miles, or roughly three hours, north of the more famous Los Cabos corridor, this bustling, friendly seaport has managed to retain its laid-back, muy tranquilo character even in the face of increasing development and a population explosion.

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SURVIVOR STORY

When I was a kid, I lived in a little house on the shores of Lake Michigan. And as a beach-crawling tomboy, I spent a lot of time watching the horizon, staring at the long lake freighters as they plied…

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