We decided to stay two days here at Bahia Concepción. This bay is so beautiful, and we were able to put the coach into the most perfect spot, we decided we needed to stay an extra day. Unfortunately we weren’t able to put the kayak into the water because the wind was just too strong during the mid day. That’s ok, we will be coming back here in late March and as much as we can remember the wind is almost non-existent. The place that we stayed this time was Hotel Buena Venture. It is a small single story “U” shaped building with a couple of individual bungalows on one side. Out at the edge of the sand beach, are 8 locations that you can pull an RV in. We chose the one that was right on the end and with the help of a rock projection into the bay we had the perfect spot to park. The water completely surrounded us on three sides. The Pelicans were well fed with little fish that schooled right in front of us. We had quite a show for two solid days, but also felt sorry for those little fishes. This morning after a quick cleaning of the Tracker battery terminal, we left at 10am and headed out for a long day on the road. We covered about 280 miles in 6 ½ hours. There were some very high mountain ranges to cross and of course the roadways continued to be very narrow. Fortunately the traffic was pretty light. I stopped twice to put $600 pesos worth of gas into the tank. The prices we have paid for gas have been about the same as we paid in the states ($2.50- $295 a gallon). The first couple of stops in Mexico we weren’t able to get regular, all they were pumping was the premium. Who know why, but you get what you get… Tonight we headed into LePaz to find a bank machine and have a light dinner. I must say I still like LePaz, even though it is a large city. The campground for the night is located 6 blocks off the main street and at the end of a dirt road. There are no more than 12 RV sites here and they are very nice. It is one of those little known locations and will stay that way unless they put some signage out there. There wasn’t one sign, not even at the gate… We have also found it interesting that since we’ve been here in the Baja, we’ve met at least 6 or 7 campers that are from Europe. Right here in this campground, there is one camping family from Germany and a couple with a VW campervan from Italy. Of course, most of the campers that we have met since crossing the border are from BC Canada, even more than those from the states (they must like the narrow highway).