Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Yetibuilt 750

Another run in the books. The Yetibuilt 750 was a long trip. 6 days 5 nights. We covered close to 1000 miles in country with spectating the San Felipe 250 as the finish goal.
The rigs were mostly Jeeps and 1 Tacoma.
Most had never met. Personally I like these runs because at the end there are many new friendships made and this one was no different.
Yeti and Yolo were gracious enough to lend their good names and support for this trip and we are so glad we had the chance to wheel with them again.

Our first day started early just on the other side of Tecate where we crossed into Baja and ran East to the top of the Compadre trail. This is a mellow run through the chaparral up toward the pine forest and down into Ojos Negros.

2017 Yetibuilt 750 presented by Camp4lo
7 AM DAY 1


2017 Yetibuilt 750 presented by Camp4lo

COMPADRE TRAIL


 AJ and Todd. Father and son came from Sacramento to run with us
 Tracy and her well sorted Jeep. She earned the VIP trophy this trip
 Yeti and Yolo 
Whats in your mirror?

We hit the highway and headed to a favorite taco stand in Valle De Trinidad for a well earned lunch.
With our rigs and belly's full we ran the trail up to Mike's Sky Ranch, passed through and took the "Easy" trail into Rancho El Coyote. This is a working cattle ranch complete with small cabins for sleeping and family style dining. We had  dinner and cervezas by the fire pit that night.


Yeti approves


Not a bad view from the cabin at Rancho Coyote

Day 2 greeted us with plenty of sunshine and pure stoke from our guests as we loaded up and headed for the Pacific ocean. Winding highway through the San Telmo area down to highway 1 where we regained the dirt trail West to the sea.

Parked for lunch at "Secret Spot"


Our trusty squatchboxx cooler performed flawlessly keeping our food and drinks perfectly chilled


Spooky day on the beach





We ended this day at Cuatro Casas Hostel
Looking forward to the coming day as we would be heading South toward Catavina. Our guests had not yet been that far South

Catavina


We camped that night in this remote spot. Yeti and I cooked up some Carne asada, we feasted and enjoyed some good campfire time.





Yeti Cooking up some carne asada with all the trimmings

We also found some petroglyphs


The following morning we traversed the peninsula at Chapala and made our way to Gonzaga Bay then hopped on the newly paved highway to San Felipe where we would be spectating the San Felipe 250.
The following two days would find us in San Felipe spectating desert racing, relaxing by the water and enjoying ourselves.

More photos ......


Thanks to Overlandcoffee for providing the fuel to keep us going




                                                       So good we put it twice!



We want to thank everyone who came with us on this Baja adventure. 
Todd
AJ
Tracy 
Yeti
Yolo
Bill
Otto
and 
Canada Shawn and Adriana for the San Felipe leg.
And especially Tyson





1 comment:

  1. This is such an amazing trip you have. I uses my off road driving vehicle, Multix, to ride to such places on vacations.

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