The essentials for getting across the US/ Mexico border.
A Baja trip wouldn't be Baja trip without tequila, music and a straw hat. Our style of trip revolves around the most amount of grins.
Catch of the day. The locals caught them and sold them to us so I guess it's kind of cheating but it's always great when you get to support the locals.
The moment you're so used to talking on the radio and you realize you're standing right next to each other.
Keeping everything tight and secure is a full time job. This was one of those trips where we had a lot of gear and equipment so the pit stops to secure things were well worth the hassle.
Abe Hammond and Greg Stahl riding in the back of the truck on endless miles of dirt roads.
Curtis Major watching the sun go down at "Shipwrecks."
A Baja traffic jam. These are the moments that make you realize you on an adventure.
Local ranchers are always curious about what we are up to.
Evening surf session.
Waxing boards with waves rolling in.
Greg Stahl cruising the coast in search of breaks.
Old school methods of navigating and riding the peninsula.
Stahl cranking in the dunes.
Motorcycle backpacking trip.
Honda CT70 and bodyboarding mission.
1980 Suzuki DR400 and miles of coastline to explore.
The desert bites back.
Local fishing village and a more popular surf break.
Local fisherman pulling in the morning catch.
Curtis Major, Greg Stahl and Clay Buddington getting ready for an ocean adventure.
Kasey Hofer beach casting.
Clay Buddington relaxing with the proper reading material.
Jasper Rosen Snow riding the peninsula on a bicycle and pulling a trailer and surfboard.
Kasey Hofer checks out the waves from his perch.
Night time in the desert.