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|03-17-2009 01:01 PM|
That's funny I wore my Baja Haha t-shirt today. I did the 93-94 class, and that was when everyone left on their own timetable. We just kind of drifted into Cabo on our own. Started from anywhere at any time.
Now days it is a great function with huge support from all angles. They go as a fleet, and meet up to party along the way. It's not for everyone, but I can see where most would like it. Do some reading on Latitude 38's electronic magazine.......i2f
|03-17-2009 12:56 PM|
Thank you Bryan,
Anything is helpful. And, it's nice to hear from a fellow WAtonian. I lived in Oak Harbor and cruised the San Juans alot.
|03-16-2009 07:45 PM|
Well, since you did not get many responses, I will offer this....
I have not done the Baja ha ha, have not sailed out of the Pacific Northwest yet, but have been reading a blog about a family that did it this last fall and seemed to enjoy it.
I think their Baja ha ha posts start around here...
Toast Floats: Baja Ha Ha - Prelude
I know this is not the first hand experience advice you where looking for, but hopefully it will help you, and I really enjoy their blog anyway. Of course I am looking at sailing with a family too, so it is particularly relevant to me.
|03-12-2009 07:14 PM|
|Moonfish||I'm interested, too. Someday I'd like to take part on my own boat...|
|03-10-2009 07:30 PM|
The Baja ha ha
Just wondering if anyone has done the Baja ha ha and what their take on it was