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Post by dean on Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:33 am

another nice day...

here is a good graphic on what the san ysidro crossing is going to look like. In sept they close this for 52 hours.


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Post by dean on Wed Jul 19, 2017 7:31 am

a day of relief... it is dry this morning... not so humid...

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Post by dean on Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:07 pm

new walking boarder crossing at san ysidro. pedwest

https://www.facebook.com/pg/PedWestBorder/videos/?ref=page_internal


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Post by dean on Tue Jul 18, 2017 6:29 pm

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/border-baja-california/sd-me-san-ysidro-vehcles-20170717-story.html

Carmageddon at the border? A 57-hour closure planned for southbound car lanes at San Ysidro.

Attention border crossers: For 57 hours in September, all cars will be barred from entering Tijuana through San Ysidro.

Lasting from Sept. 23 at 3 a.m. until noon on Sept. 25, the closure is part of a plan by the U.S. General Services Administration to realign a portion of Interstate 5. The operation launches the third and final phase of the $741 million expansion of the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

The closure will affect tens of thousands of drivers--students, commuters, shoppers and others who regularly travel between San Ysidro and Tijuana, passing through the busiest border crossing in the Western Hemisphere.

Authorities are comparing the operation to Carmageddon, when a large swath of the busy Los Angeles I-405 Freeway was shut down for a weekend in 2011 for a highway expansion project.

In this case, the partial closure of I-5 at San Ysidro will cause all vehicle traffic crossing into Mexico during that period to be rerouted to Otay Mesa, where Mexico has only five inspection lanes.

“If you have to cross that weekend, plan on delays,” said Anthony Kleppe, a senior asset manager with the GSA.

At a forum hosted Monday by the San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce and the South County Economic Development Council, Kleppe announced key dates for the massive project, which entails re-building the southernmost stretch of I-5 as it leads into Tijuana’s El Chaparral Port of Entry.

The project is scheduled for completion in June 2019, Kleppe told a crowd of several dozen residents, business owners, and government officials from both sides of the border gathered at the Las Americas outlet mall in San Ysidro.

The aim is to double the number of southbound lanes that feed into El Chaparral from five to ten. It will also involve adding eight more northbound inspection lanes at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, bringing the total to 33. In addition, plans call for southbound vehicle inspection booths to be operated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection inspectors, and a secondary inspection area.

During the construction period, the northbound flow of vehicular traffic will not be affected, Kleppe said. Nor will the pedestrian crossings in both directions.

The 57-hour closure of the southbound vehicle lanes is necessary for the safe removal of a large steel and canvas canopy that currently covers a portion of the southbound car lanes, according to GSA. During that time, workers will also remove concrete crash barriers, and install infrastructure and temporary paving and striping.

“We start with a bang,” Kleppe said.

Following the closure, southbound lanes will be reduced from five to three for a two-month period. After that the plan calls for adding a fourth lane before Thanksgiving, and softening the current sharp 110-degree turn toward El Chaparral to 90 degrees. “It has a better curve, even though there are fewer lanes,” Kleppe said. GSA expects that as a result of the gentler curve, the flow of traffic will not change significantly from what it is today, despite the reduction in lanes.

Monday’s presentation was seen as the launching of an effort to get out the word about the closure and lane reductions. “As the message continues to go out, people are going to be able to plan their trips better,” said Efrain Ibarra, assistant director of the South County Economic Development Council.

“We hope to turn this into a positive,” said Jason Wells, executive director of the San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce, where the fear is that a drop in traffic could mean loss of business.

Plans to hold a festival during the closure and promote pedestrian crossings “can make this an economic boost for us down here,” Wells said.

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Post by dean on Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:36 pm

BPE wrote:Drove from LB to GN today (Friday) and we encountered the most federal police writing tickets and patrolling in the 30 plus times we have driven the Baja. Almost every town starting with La Paz and ending up in Guerrero Negro had people pulled over and many more patrolling, probably 25 Federal Police sometimes 2-3 waiting in one spot with radar. Also saw approximately 100-150 Marines in buses headed north out of La Paz, good to see them! Drive slower, be safe and watch out.

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Post by dean on Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:11 pm

They actually painted lines on the road today... Already one of the white cement posts have been run over. just past playa central.


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Post by dean on Thu Jul 06, 2017 9:33 am

another pour today as pictured below in Laventana.    This should complete the pouring of the foundation part.  pouring about the same distance/length. Next they will be pouring some cement to fill between the wall and the road.

Plus we now have those white cement road markers about 2 feet tall on the side of the road all over town. Some in a few inconvenient locations that will be run over or removed.

As far as the mountain they are also doing this similar road edge maintenance and preventative maintenance. A lot of it at the top where it is curvy and hilly.

And we now have garbage pick up 2 times a week.

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Post by dean on Mon Jul 03, 2017 12:21 pm

pouring the vertical wall about 4 feet height.    They poured the footing last week.    



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Post by dean on Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:21 am

humidity has dropped... fab day.

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Post by dean on Sat Jul 01, 2017 9:40 pm

this could be some great news...

http://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/economia/cfe-invertira-mil-mdd-en-cable-para-abastecer-de-energia-electrica-a-bcs.html

CFE to invest $1 billion USD to connect BCS to mainland power grid

The Federal Electricity Commission will invest about one billion dollars for the installation of an underwater cable system that will cross the Sea of ​​Cortez, connecting Baja California Sur to the mainland power grid. The project will be started later this year and be operating by 2021, according to Jaime Hernández Martínez, CEO of the Federal Copmmison of Electricity (CFE). He made the announcement today to the governor of Baja California Sur, Carlos Mendoza Davis, saying that "once the underwater cable system is operating, it will reduce the cost of power generation, improve the entity's competitiveness and the quality of the power transmissions in addition to making the service more reliable."

Along with the underwater power transmission cable, a 32-pair line of optical fiber will be also installed in addition to other projects like photovoltaic plants (solar), allowing additional power produced to be shared on the grid throughout the Mexican Republic. This underwater cable system submarine interconnection was considered "the best option for the entity, in order to guarantee a better quality energy service, more competitive prices and is environmentally friendly", said Hernández Martínez..

"We will comply with all environmental requirements that, far from damaging the environment will be contribute to better ecofriendly development in the state, built around clean energy sources. One of the advantages of this project is that it opens the door to the development of new clean and renewable power generation plants, including both solar and wind power".

Regarding the current power plants, Hernández Martínez said they will become "backup centers" to be used in periods of high demand in extreme temperatures or weather phenomena. That ensures a robust system and with sufficient capacity to meet the demand when needed.

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Post by dean on Sat Jul 01, 2017 7:39 am

wow what a hunid day... real humid 8:40 am and the island is gone.

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Post by dean on Wed Jun 28, 2017 12:13 pm

not sure why the same named thread is locked and this one appeared.    

But here is a picture a few minutes ago of the work being done to fix the erosion issues that occurred the past couple years to prevent them from getting worse.  


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Post by dean on Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:33 pm

big tire electric pre-order now and it is USD$2000.00 20-30 miles range.

https://phatscooters.com/collections/scooters

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Post by dean on Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:39 am

Hurricane Dora...  

http://www.la-ventana.info/t524-weather-maps

email today from US embassy
U.S. Embassy Mexico City
Security Message for U.S. Citizens:
Hurricane Dora
June 26, 2017

The U.S. Embassy cautions U.S. citizens that Hurricane Dora is expected to produce life-threatening surf and rip current conditions. Swells generated by Dora are currently affecting portions of the coast of southwest Mexico and by Tuesday, June 27, parts of the coast of the southern Baja California peninsula will be affected. Dora is projected to remain offshore and produce rain accumulations of 1 to 2 inches along coastal sections of the Mexican states of Guerrero and Michoacán through June 26.


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Post by dean on Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:31 pm

They have been doing some work on the sides of the road around town for 2 weeks now.  Shored up the road across the street from Dos. and working north.    

Here in the below picture they are just north of the campground.   At this spot the previous water runnoff had cut into the road about 2 feet.  



On the other spots they dug down about 5 feet to make a good concrete footing. I will make a few posts/pictures as they progress.

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Post by dean on Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:23 pm

https://www.tripping.com/explore/the-10-best-places-for-kiteboarding-in-the-world

laVentana makes the top 10 best places to kite...

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Final Weekend of the Season at Bar El Minero!

Post by Mesquite on Thu Jun 22, 2017 7:00 am

Friday, June 23 thru Sunday, June 25.
11 am ~ 6:30 pm
Bar El Minero
Calle Progreso (Ayuntamiento) in El Triunfo

Don't miss this last weekend on our terrace with homemade food and refreshing beverages, including a full bar. We will be serving Chef Felipe's award-winning mesquite-grilled paella on Sunday, June 25, which is our last day until we reopen next season in October. See you soon!

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Post by dean on Sun Jun 18, 2017 9:49 pm

well, it just got humid as of yesterday.... first 2 days of AC this year for me.

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Celebrate Dad this Entire Weekend!

Post by Mesquite on Thu Jun 15, 2017 11:00 am

June 16, 17 & 18 — Friday through Sunday — Bar El Minero is offering a two for one special on draft and bottled beer. Come join the party! Homemade sausages, salads, artisanal cheeses, mesquite-grilled seafood paella (on Sundays), old-fashioned root beer floats, craft beer, refreshing margaritas, full bar, takeout options, shaded courtyard terrace, and loads of local history. We use local, organic ingredients as possible, often from our own gardens, ranches and cheesery at nearby Rancho Cacachilas. We are currently open Friday through Sunday from 11a - 6:30p for the month of June. Closed July, August and September. Reservations recommended. Visit our website for photos, menus, reviews, directions and more.

https://www.barelminero.com/restaurant
Tel: 612-176-3939
WhatsApp: 612-194-2093
Facebook: BarElMinerodeElTriunfo

See you this weekend!





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Post by dean on Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:35 am

knocking on wood, but have not had to use AC one day or night so far this season. My notes show last year may 12th was running the AC at night almost every night.

In laPaz they are re-doing the road in front of the coke plant and it is completely closed off so the diversion is you take a left at the first stop sign and cross into the town about 2 miles down that levy road and wind back through that neighborhood to get to that first traffic light near the coke plant. (that traffic light should be a stop sign IMHO).


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Post by dean on Mon Jun 05, 2017 6:47 pm

US embassy notice wrote:The Eastern Pacific: Hurricane season in the Eastern Pacific began on May 15, 2017. NOAA expects a near- or above-normal season, with a 40 percent chance of an above-normal season, a 40 percent chance of a near-normal season, and a 20 percent chance of a below-normal season. NOAA predicts a 70 percent chance of 14 to 20 named storms, of which six to eleven are expected to become hurricane strength. Of those, three to seven are expected to become major hurricanes (Category 3, 4, or 5 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale).

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Post by dean on Sat Jun 03, 2017 7:02 pm

Recently may 5 did the up there and later back via 5. Stopped at san Felipe for an overnight heading back at a budget place about USD$35.00, don't take your wife there, it did have hot water. Here are the gps co-ordinates. 31.031432, -114.836948


the dirt road seemed better than before. the paved road going north near the turn off from GN to the dirt road was horrible with pot holes, really bad.... But on the way back it was not nearly as bad 10 days later so they do do some road work.

The good news as I mentioned it seems they have made the dirt road better, but the bad news to me that means they do not intend on it being finished for a long time. They could almost pave 10-14 miles of it right now if they just finished a couple little effort parts. But it kind of seems they are going to wait till they have the mountains smashed open. This could be about 5 years is my projection. Again hoping they pave about 14 miles. Boy that would make it real doable to only have 8 miles of crawl for 5 years or so, that is the part that is still the slowest section. Mexicali crossing going north was a headache, Saturday 6pm is when I arrived there, about 2 hours at least it was not hot.

I also crossed at San Luis, AZ coming back. They are very vigilant at this crossing checking cars for duty items, glad I went in the declare lane to the far left. Traffic was heavy, probably took me longer to get to the border here than all my years of crossing, nogales, tecate, Otay, and TJ. Traffic was backed up big time entering mexico, about 20 minutes before you get to customs. So I went in the declare and boy were they tough. I had the receipt on my 3D printer for USD$229.00 and had to get it on my computer because it was mail order. She wanted to charge me for the shipping too and each spool of printing material, but I told them here is my receipt which I got the spools free. She said they did not care, i had to pay duty on like USD$600.00. So I politely asked for her supervisor who had told her to look for the 3D printer material. Pretty sharp guy, his english was spectacular and both of their professionalism was spectacular. But they were going to charge me duty for too much. So he came over and went through my other things. things were already out as she had me unload the car, which takes nothing to reload it. Now he ran into some other things I was bringing down for making mosquito traps and research and asked me to explain. I told him I invented a new mosquito trap and that is also why I was bringing the printer, he asked me what my profession was, I told him engineer. He then asked me for my website for the mosquito traps and he checked and they went and huddled. Again his communications in english were instantaneous no delay in understanding. He did not come back with her but she came back and said I could just pass now. And she wished me luck with the traps. They have the authority to allow me I think $300.00 of duty items for free if they desire. So I was on my way with not having to pay duty, plus because it is a printer they also have another latitude there because it is a 3D printer and computer items for personal are duty free too.

Took the 2 west from that AZ crossing to bypass Mexicali to get on the 5 very good road. Toll cost was low.

At many of the checkpoints heading south. i was alo inspected, i found that having a few dolls in the top part of the trunk for my 11 year old disarms them. As soon as the see them they stop searching and ask if i have a child. Man does that save a lot of time... Note to self once Sophia is over doll age take a few of her dolls with me up north for the return trip.

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Rancho Cacachilas Bike Hub Celebration

Post by Mesquite on Wed May 31, 2017 4:13 pm

The Rancho Cacachilas Bike Hub will be closing their doors for the low season at the end of the day on Saturday, June 3rd. We are throwing a small party to thank our clients for a terrific first season, and to let them know that if they need our mechanical assistance we will be working once a week during June and July, by reservation. Come on in and join us for the celebration this coming Saturday!

— Enjoy a 10% discount on bikes and products —

Call us for more info: 612-348-7758
Visit our website: https://www.ranchocacachilas.com/adventures/

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Post by dean on Wed May 31, 2017 11:00 am

second storm forming, this one projected to be a tropical storm and potentially a hurricane. the direction is not this way at this time.

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AC unit portable

Post by dean on Wed May 31, 2017 10:14 am

Here is a new product I saw at the National Hardware Show recently. It is a mini-split AC unit that is portable. So it is very quiet. The only negative is it uses more lectricity than the window units that are energy star. But this one is great for RS, homes, renters, . The annual differential is only 20% higher. Again you do not need expert installation and you can take it with you... My bet is two years and they will be matching 12SEER ratings of window units. But no window unit is close to this in quiet. They are located in Canada so you may have to do some advance planning to get one.



http://forestair.ca/index.php/en/products/air-control/item/mini-series



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Post by dean on Tue May 30, 2017 10:35 am

recent earthquakes...

I was recently was driving to USA and over by Gonzaga bay taking the 5 north and there were some huge boulders in the middle of the lanes one about 20 feet in diameter. and small ones all over. On the return last week all were cleaned off the road.

http://temblor.net/earthquake-insights/gulf-of-california-earthquakes-highlight-zone-of-rapid-rupture-4129/


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Post by dean on Tue May 23, 2017 9:24 pm

BPE
CFE has put a pause on all new solar installs in Baja Sur for the time being. It’s unclear how long this will last but when they do open up another limited amount of solar to be added to their grid that space will fill quickly. ECTECH Solar will be closing our store for the summer due to this but feel free to email us and secure your spot on our waiting list. info atttttt@ectechsolar.com

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Post by dean on Tue May 02, 2017 6:11 pm

lpg wrote:
I've just updated my website with information on the festival May 3-5 that marks the founding of the city of La Paz. Events include a dramatization of the arrival of Hernán Cortés, the coronation of the festival queen, performances of dance, theatre and music, as well as film and photography exhibitions. For details on these and other arts and cultural events, visit www.rozinlapaz.com http://www.rozinlapaz.com

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Post by dean on Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:39 am

current zika data

http://www.bajainsider.com/article/zika-virus-mexico-just-handful-new-cases

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Post by dean on Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:16 pm

did anyone else notice on that Calafia Airlines has two round trip flights from LaPaz to Cabo

https://www.calafiaairlines.com/

monday wed friday about 600-800 pesos. each way. with many of the days sold out.

25 or 45 minute flight?

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10th Artisanal Festival of El Triunfo

Post by Mesquite on Mon Mar 06, 2017 5:53 pm

The 10th Artisanal Festival of El Triunfo is this Sunday, March 12. Join us for the fun on the Bar El Minero terrace terrace. Bring the whole family and enjoy the regional handicrafts and foods that will be on display and for sale throughout the village. This annual tradition is not to be missed. We will be cooking up our award-winning paella over the outdoor mesquite fire as well as other temptations and serving them with draft, craft beer and other delicious libations.

DUE TO THE FESTIVAL, WE WILL NOT TAKE RESERVATIONS THIS SUNDAY — IT WILL BE FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE

See you Sunday on our terrace!

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Post by dean on Sat Mar 04, 2017 9:50 pm

http://noticieros.televisa.com/especiales/las-gasolineras-mexico-y-litros-litro/?platform=hootsuite

seems there are a lot more gas stations pumping accurately vs last time I saw one of these maps.

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Fabulous Jazz Friday this Friday at Bar El Minero

Post by Mesquite on Mon Feb 27, 2017 7:01 pm

You will NOT want to miss tenor Guillermo García Proal singing big band classics and jazz standards in this charming setting on March 3, starting at 5 pm. Cover charge of 150 pesos includes a welcome cocktail and loads of great atmosphere. Plenty of good food and drink available. Reservations highly recommended: 612-176-3939, info@barelminero.com. See promo poster at https://www.barelminero.com/restaurant/

See you Friday on the terrace in El Triunfo!

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Post by dean on Tue Feb 21, 2017 10:06 pm

http://www.bajainsider.com/article/carnaval-la-paz-february-23-28-2017

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Join Us on Valentine's Day!

Post by Mesquite on Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:45 am

Celebrate Valentine's Day at Bar El Minero on Tuesday the 14th with a special menu! Reservations recommended. We will be closed Monday the 13th. Email: info@barelminero.com. WhatsApp: 612-194-2093. Cell: 612-176-3939. Website: www.barelminero.com/restaurant. Facebook: BarElMinerodeElTriunfo

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Post by dean on Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:16 pm

bpe

Road Report: Worst surface conditions in years especially north of Guerrero Negro to north of Catavina where it felt like the pot holes where going to take out my suspension

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Start Training for the Don Diablo Now!

Post by Mesquite on Tue Feb 07, 2017 11:56 am

The Don Diablo Trail Run—which takes place on April 9—is a highly demanding 35-kilometer (21.75-mile) trail run, 100% single dirt track, that crosses the Sierra Cacachilas mountain range. Starting from the outskirts of La Paz and finishing in El Sargento on La Ventana Bay, the course traverses many canyons and climbs three mountain passes with a total elevation change of 1409 meters. Read and see more about the 35K and 21K events on our new website or Facebook page. We encourage you to register now to take advantage of discounted pricing. info@dondiablotrailrun.com, https://dondiablotrailrun.com, https://www.facebook.com/dondiablotrailrun, (+ 52 1) 612 157 5764.

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Post by dean on Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:28 am

found by Mr. Fish location last night a drivers license for Marc Redman, contact Sol at coffee shop. It should be back in town tomorrow.

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Post by dean on Mon Jan 30, 2017 3:58 pm

found a chihuahua, contact Sol at the coffee shop.

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