The Road to La Paz

Sun, Feb 12, 2017

We were sorry to pull out of Santispac Beach but we did and headed south to Ciudad Constitución for an overnight stay with full hook-ups.  So no worries about our batteries.

On the next morning, we were prepared for a long one as we were to cover 213 miles and that never goes quickly with a caravan.  After all, you move at the speed of the slowest person.  And the Lenny breaks!  So when I tell you that it took six hours, you’ll first think that I’m exaggerating but trust me, I am not 😦

The road to La Paz has been under construction for some time and the detour is a parallel dirt road.  With all of the Class A’s in our group, it was slow going.  Here’s a shot at one section where they are building a bridge:

road-construction

After clearing La Paz, we entered a mountainous section with a narrow road where it was 30 mph if you are lucky.  I’d love to show you a picture of the terrain but every time I reached for the camera, Carol threatened my manhood.  Be safe, my friends.

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