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Old 12-26-2014, 10:18 PM   #1
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Yuma to Cabo San Lucas

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We are newbies and want to travel from Yuma to Cabo. We would like to meet a few others driving that route to caravan with. Leaving last week of January. Just to ease the worries of traveling alone in a foreign country. Any and all advise is appreciated. We are avid Golfers, Scuba divers & nature lovers.
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Don't bring any guns, or you will end up in jail. Be prepared for being stopped at roadblocks for detailed searches by the Federales. Go to Vagabundos Del Mar for the latest information. If it's about Baja, they know it.
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Road blocks, searches and federales... that sounds like a fun trip.
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