This day was a Free Day. By 11:00 am, the campground was empty. Everybody had left to spend the rest of their Pesos. There is always a new Mexican dish or a planter to finally pick up before crossing the border. Oh yes, our Adventurers found the fish market too. Shrimp was reasonably priced and a popular purchase.
By 4:00 pm, everybody was back and ready for the 4:30 pm travel briefing. We went through the log, line by line. Ken explained the best route to get through Ensenada, how to get through Tecate, and what we might expect when we go through the border crossing.
After the meeting, everybody got ready and went over to the restaurant for the 6:00 pm farewell dinner.
It was another excellent meal including dessert. After the meal, Ken gave an appreciation speech commenting on our flexibility and easy-goingness. Before we retired for the evening, each one of us stood up and talked about our most memorable times and the funniest. Carole and Ken (Adventure Caravans) had gifts for each rig. A framed picture of the whole group, small Mexican dish, vanilla, metal whale designed and made by a local craftsman, and a fridge magnet from the Copper Canyon. Wow! We were not expecting that. Safe travels on your next Adventures everyone! Everyday has been an Adventure!
|Conrad and Janet|
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