Free Road Rocks and Costero Mud


Sunday’s Free Road trip south from Rosarito to Ensenada was a bit rocky.  Rocks were on the El Tigre climb out of La Mision and the San Miguel descent of last mile toward Ensenada toll booth.

“Hey, Doc, why the heck are you on the Free Road?  We all waited a year for the Toll Road to open and you’re not taking the shiny new super highway?”.   Possible answers:

a) I’m penurious and can’t handle the tolls

b) The inland hills are a beautiful site

c) The sheep are so cute on the Free Road

d) I fear that the Toll Road will slide at km 93 again

e) Other


Rocks here are just after descent and hairpin turn south of Wine Valley exit on Free Road, north of Cuatro Cuatros.


Free Road is in great shape except for these invading pebbles.


North entry of downtown Ensenada was floody and muddy, as expected due to the construction on Costero meeting the rain.



Tourism was not evident at 11AM in downtown Ensenada Sunday.


One Comment

  1. bob miller
    Posted March 2, 2015 at 07:45 | Permalink | Reply

    Where is Caltrans when you really need em? 🙂

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