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RE: Baja California to Mazatlan

I have been driving Mexico Hwy 15 for over twenty years. I just drove the road a month ago. It is in the worst condition I have ever driven. That is one of the biggest challenges on here. If you post something that is not favorable towards Mexico, you always get negatively challenged. Even if your post is current. The OP will be riding a motorcycle and if he hits one of potholes that are large enough to cross two lanes he will likely to go down and get hurt. I say this with authority as I have ridden motorcycles for over 50 years and still ride. Also I hit one of those potholes with my motorhome. So hard I pulled over to check if I cracked one of my aluminum rims. Luckily I did not but did break a frame to body support which has been repaired. I call it as I see it. rocmoc n Great SouthWest USA and Baja
rocmoc 11/04/22 06:12am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja California to Mazatlan

Mexican 15 rocmoc n The Great SouthWest USA n Baja
rocmoc 11/03/22 05:52am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja California to Mazatlan

You will have better luck getting a response on bajanomaddotcom. Will say road from Mazatlan to USA is mostly in bad shape, lots of potholes. Drove it a month ago. rocmoc n The Great SouthWest
rocmoc 10/29/22 06:37am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Route 89A in utah

We have driven 89A near AZ/UT border both north and southbound without any problems. We did it with our 36' class A diesel pusher pulling a loaded 18' trailer. We were even lucky enough to find a campsite at Lee's Ferry CG we squeezed into with the trailer connected. Total length of rig is 52 feet. We also did it with a 37' 5er, total length 53 feet. rocmoc n the Great SouthWest
rocmoc 10/14/22 02:23pm Roads and Routes
RE: Starlink

moisheh, there have been post on bajanomad forum.
rocmoc 09/06/22 12:38pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Winter 2022/2023 trip plans changed!

Thank you and travel safe!
rocmoc 07/05/22 07:54pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Winter 2022/2023 trip plans changed!

Don't want to go into too much detail. First degree family member is not expected to make it thu winter and we HAVE to be there to support the other half. Thus family reunion.
rocmoc 07/05/22 06:44am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Los Algodones Mexico

Do not eat any salad or fresh uncooked vegetables or fruit This is not a problem, they use same produce that is imported into USA. rocmoc n Great SoutWest
rocmoc 07/01/22 05:53am Snowbirds
RE: Winter 2022/2023 trip plans changed!

Family is priority in this case as there are fewer and fewer of us. Sorry!
rocmoc 06/26/22 08:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Winter 2022/2023 trip plans changed!

Changed plans, Family reunion in Fld.
rocmoc 06/25/22 06:49pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Winter 2022/2023 trip plans changed!

Family Reunion changed plans to Fld. So our winter trip will be in Fld. Sorry!
rocmoc 06/25/22 04:35pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: BYO camper to South America - Pros and Cons?

Go on YouTube and search for "Leave Everything and Wander" and "Curt and Snow". Both channels will provide the info you are looking for. The first couple / channel was traveling in a truck & camper. They crossed the Strait in 2018/2019 so will have look thu past episodes. Curt & Snow, that is their names, are down there now and cross the Strait in 2021. They are traveling in a large 4x4 van. Their rig had to be shipped the same as the camper rig. Both share cost and contacts. Good luck, this Golden Oldie wish he was going with you. Not an easy trip both looks worth it to me. I'm only one of the two votes required to make the trip so do a YouTube channel so I can follow along. rocmoc n The Great SouthWest
rocmoc 06/25/22 04:20pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: RV Overnight Parking at Desert Diamond Casino - Tucson

I have to back up a bit. There is Desert Diamond Casino and Hotel, Tucson and Desert Diamond Casino, Sahuarita. Both use to let you stay but that was not true after early 2020. The Tucson location is on Nogales Road and the Sahuarita location is on I19. You will be advise to call as the last I talk to them they were not allowing RV as they did not have 24hr security of the parking lots where the RVs parked. When I drove past the I19 Sahuarita location today there was not RVs at that location. Again you can call them at 800-639-8783. The I19 location does not have a Hotel or rooms but use to let you stay b4 the last two years.
rocmoc 02/01/22 05:28pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Harris Ranch on I-5 CA - RV Parking overnight?

Still open but can be packed.
rocmoc 02/01/22 04:50am Roads and Routes
RE: RV Overnight Parking at Desert Diamond Casino - Tucson

Still closed. No RVs or Trucks. When I called I was told overnight stays are not allowed at this time but may return in the future. Interesting they used the term MAY. When I drove by last week there were not any vehicles in the old camping area. Will be driving by today and will update.
rocmoc 02/01/22 04:47am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Bahia Kino?

Yes a long while ago. About 2001-2002 when we stayed at La Caverna. Good restaurant also in/near that location the last we were there. How time flies!!! Keep trying to return but just has not worked out. rocmoc n SoutWestUSA
rocmoc 12/31/21 04:39pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Nogales Mariposa Southbound Closed

https://www.kold.com/2021/12/30/mariposa-port-entry-closed-following-crash-arrest/
rocmoc 12/30/21 12:04pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Bahia Kino?

There use to be another park behind Kino Bay RV park that we liked very much also. Have stayed at all three parks and would stay at all three again. Kino Bay RV was always the easiest to get a site in and navigate. Islandia is the most difficult! The best was the park that is long gone that was on the beach in front of Kino Bay RV. We camped on the BEACH with the motorhome! rocmoc n SouthWestUSA / Baja&RockyPoint next winter
rocmoc 12/30/21 11:37am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: ISB Sola regulators

Regarding 50amps. We have a 50amp Motorhome, fortunately with just the basic old style power switch box at the entry point in the side bay. We have never had a problem using just 30amp in Mexico. You have to manage your usage and only one AC unit at a time if at all. We carry a couple of fans with us that move the air when needed. We use the fans even when connected to shore power. Our Sola Basic is wired into a 30amp cord and use an adapter at the male end of the 50amp cord. Never a problem! We do carry an extra switch box and Progressive Surge Protect with us when and if needed. As a point of interest when we were staying in Villa Corona Mexico a few years ago, a Huge Motorhome arrived with a Caravan. This rig had 3 (THREE) AC units and had the AC on the entire time. Never checkout how they were doing it, just thought it was weird at the time as we never turned ours on the entire stay. For those who have never been to Villa Corona, cold is be more of an issue than heat. rocmoc n SouthWestUSA / Baja&RockyPoint next winter
rocmoc 12/30/21 11:31am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Pandemic in Mexico V USA

This morning's local News reported our hospitals are EXCEEDING 100% capacity! We are not down.What's not down? An earlier post stated signs in AZ gave the appearance cases were down. Adding to my earlier post: Got an EKG two days ago and the hospital EKG nurse told me they were converting Reg beds to ICU beds as they were short ICU beds. That was in response to me asking why my upcoming shoulder surgery was being performed at a different hospital's off-prem surgery center. All elective surgeries are being performed outside of the hospitals if possible to free up hospital staff and rooms. rocmoc n SouthWestUSA
rocmoc 12/29/21 04:25pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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