Ensenada to San Felipe
Driving southeast from Ensenada along Route 3 towards San Felipe, I passed one of the many enormous automobile junkyards I would see on my trip, and a wonderfully painted crocodile rock.
Twenty miles before Route 3 joins the north-south Route 5, I left the pavement
I camped that night in the desert, along the track heading east to San Felipe.
This area, known as Cañon las Cuevitas, had a panoramic view to the west where
Picacho del Diablo (the highest peak in Baja California Mexico) was located. The bright
light of the full moon dramatically lit the clouds above.