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Remote Comfort Camping in the Backcountry

Remote Comfort Camping in the Backcountry

Article by OutdoorX4:

From the early-70’s until the latter portion of the 1980’s, my off-roading included an assortment of used and scruffy vehicles, some 4WD and some not (like my VW dune buggy). My total kit included an ice chest, some food, a bag of clothes (including dirty laundry at the beginning of a trip), scuba gear, water containers, some extra fuel, plus my hiking tent with my trusty Coleman lantern and stove. I was young and on a very tight budget. Hey… it was Baja. Remote camping comfort wasn’t really a major consideration. Camping and diving at Bahia de Los Angeles, Escondido Bay, La Paz, and Cabo Pulmo was everything – even before some of Highway 1 down Baja was completed. Read the full article

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