Posted by dennis on October 16, 2013 at 10:36:13:
In Reply to: Re: travel on Puertocitos highway posted by Wild Bill on October 10, 2013 at 08:29:52:
Thank you for another update. Looking forward to leaving washington state on the 20th and should be crossing at Mexicali by the 23rd. I'll bring some water for Coco.
: I was down through that area last week. The pavement is complete 42.6 miles south of Puertecitos, just before the military checkpoint. From the end of the pavement to Rancho Grande is 2.8 miles. The Pemex there was open. There is now a guard shack and gate at the entrance to Alfonsina's that check you in out... The remaining 36.1 miles on to highway 1 is in fair shape, not too different than it has been over the years. The rain didn't have too much effect on it. Coco is still there and doing okay. If anyone is headed that that way he could use drinking water, he said that he is short on it because he's waiting for parts to get his truck fixed.
: The whole region (both sides of the peninsula) from the border down to about the BoLA road is quite green with all the rain it got. Not a bunch of wild flowers yet though.
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