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Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico on the Isla de Piedra.

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Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico on the Isla de Piedra.

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Warren Bridge, Pinedale, WY.

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Miners' Lake, Big Hole, Montana (near Jackson). When we went to bed, it was 65 degrees -- woke up to this...

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qtla9111 wrote:

Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico on the Isla de Piedra.

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This place looks awesome! I goggled it and came up with their website and got a lot of great info. I'm trying to plan a extended trip to Mexico next year and this looks like my kind of place! I live in northern CA so the only draw back is that it's a long haul down there. Looks like 3 long days of driving each way. That would burn up a lot of vacation time just on the road. Sure looks like a great place to stay.

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Edisto Beach, SC.. Feb 2016. standing at the doorway.
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IBcarguy wrote:

qtla9111 wrote:

Mazatlan, Sinaloa Mexico on the Isla de Piedra.

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This place looks awesome! I goggled it and came up with their website and got a lot of great info. I'm trying to plan a extended trip to Mexico next year and this looks like my kind of place! I live in northern CA so the only draw back is that it's a long haul down there. Looks like 3 long days of driving each way. That would burn up a lot of vacation time just on the road. Sure looks like a great place to stay.


There are lots of good stops along the way that would make it an easy trip or maybe not go that far. Baja California is another great option. We like Loreto on the Sea of Cortez. Even just south of Ensenada is good.

La Isla de Piedra has a great paved road now which makes it quick. The rv park is standard but as you can see, the views are incredible. Just a lot of fun to wake up in the mornings and be at the beach. You can take the lancha (boat) to the city of Mazatlan for a few cents and have the best of both worlds.

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Add me to the list of those who've just now figured out how to post pics........ But here is my offering, from Tioga County, PA.

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