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Old 02-24-2009, 11:00 AM   #61
Join Date: Feb 2008
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Re: Advice for lone female baja traveller

I was indeed stuck in some serious mud. up to the axles, actually. i so wish i had a camera to show everyone, it was definitely one for the history books!!

so my van seems to be okay now - i had it at the shop and they took all the wheels off and got all the mud out, and greased everything up again, balanced tires, and whatnot, i took it for a test drive this a.m. and its not shaking anymore. Phew! what a learning curve this trip has already proven for me!

the weather has been FANTASTIC, might i say, i like veg'head have been working on my sunburn.

otherwise the van has been incredible, i cant believe how great she 4 bys. truly great.

anyways, thanks again to all for the advice and help. ill drink a tecate for you all and soak up some more sun.


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Old 02-24-2009, 11:41 AM   #62
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Re: Advice for lone female baja traveller

Lisa ,
What area's did you travel to and did you get into any of the good spots while they were going off ?
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