After La Bufadora we drove north to explore Baja’s wine country.  It was Monday… and apparently most of the wineries aren’t open on Monday.  No matter, we were able to find at least one winery that was open.  After a quick wine tasting at L.A. Cetto, and after Erica purchased a bottle for the evening, we decided to get serious about finding a campsite.

We found the campsite that runs in conjunction with a free school for deaf children, Rancho Sordomudo.  The price is by donation only and they ask you to pay what you think it’s worth.  Once again we were greeted by wandering horses, watched the sunset, and settled down for bed as the only two campers around.  We may have borrowed a few limes off of the surrounding trees to drop into our Pacificos…

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