About Region 1

Region 1 covers the Mexican States of Baja California, Baja California Sur and Sonora. 

Mission Day 7

on . Posted in Baja California

In the morning we went to the Cadbury Schwepps facility for a breakfast and presentation on their operations. Wow what an operation, we learned they ship to all of  North America from that facility, in the heart of Tecate.

After returning to...

Mission Day 5

on . Posted in Baja California

I had a really good blog, already written and spell checked to transfer onto this blog but I forgot it at the room. Wednesday was a good day, in the am Scott led a New Vehicle PPT presentation and then we went out to the tarmack and showed the...

Mission Day 4 Part Deux

on . Posted in Baja California

No I didn´t forget Day three. We arrived in Tecate around 2000 and after quick intros, went to our hotels and to sleep after a strategy session. Our trip was uneventful unless you consider the flat, brown, dusty road between Sacramento and the LA...

Mission Day 2

on . Posted in Baja California

Arriving late Saturday after 22 hours on the road we had a great nite sleep at the Patty and Steve Marks Casa.

After a great breakfast we unhooked the trailer and emptied the truck and struck out to Mariposa county where Chief Phil Whitman was...

Mission Day 1

on . Posted in Baja California

After leaving around 0130 after some reloading and showers we hit the road. Snow flurries in Washington and then oregon, who would have thought. Travel went smoothly except for the trailer which we knew we would have to work with . Around sunday we...

Mission to Tecate Day 9

on . Posted in Baja California

After heading out from San Bernardino and a short stop in Pasedena and Bakersfield we made it through the mountains and the flatlands of central Ca. Arriving tonight late I wanted to blog before we collapse. We are planning on visiting several...

Mission to Tecate Day 8

on . Posted in Baja California

After a long drive yesterday from San Felipe we had a good dinner and a good rest. This morning we went to the Main Tecate fire station to say good by. As in the past, we loaded up a dozen oos air paks and 40 out of date air bottles along with...

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