Just wanted to drop a quick note to our friends and followers… I hope those that had the opportunity to visit San Felipe for The 2011 Shrimp Festival enjoyed it and filled their bellies with Shrimp Goodness! I also hope those who stayed in San Diego stayed dry and had a safe weekend. I will [...]

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Big night tonight in San Diego. I have the opportunity to meet some new friends of Rancho Costa Verde tonight at our free informational dinner presentation. There’s some prep work that goes into these, and it can get a little hectic… Which reminded me of one of the most rewarding elements of what we do, [...]

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When last we left our hero, he was barreling down the highway, with no brakes, no head lights and the dashboard of the 1970 RV he was driving engulfed in flames. (You know, when I say it out loud, it does seem ridiculous.) “You gotta pull that thing over!!!” “It’s too late to turn back… [...]

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“HEY!!! This thing’s on FIRE!!!” “Yeah you are! You’re on fire!” He gave me a ‘thumbs up’. “NO! Dude! I’m serious… IT’S ON FIRE! And, and… I’ve got NO BRAKES!!!” “Yeah, whatever it takes!” He yelled back at me from his truck, as we blasted down the highway. I swear, on all that’s holy, if [...]

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We’ve got some pretty special flora at Rancho Costa Verde. It’s part of the reason why Rancho Costa Verde is named “Green Coast Ranch.” It has such a wealth of plants, trees and cacti on it, that for a desert environment, it’s pretty green. The other reason for the name is because we take advantage [...]

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Now we all know location is very important when you’re considering real estate. Of course. The experts say that there are actually three major points to real estate logic…  Location . Price. Terms and Conditions. But do you know what else is very important, and maybe should be the fourth? At least in my opinion? [...]

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If you’ve known me for more than a week, or if you’ve been following this blog for more than two days, you may have developed the question that I get most often… “Do you EVER run out of things to say about Mexico?” Answer: “NOPE!” I mean there’s so much to talk about! Did you [...]

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“Man, this is nice.” “Yeah, it’s pretty cool to kick back, put your toes in the sand and do absolutely nothing.” Seriously. Doing nothing is a lost art these days. And it is an art. When was the last time you really tried to do nothing? I mean really tried? It’s harder than it sounds. [...]

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Topics For Tuesday; “Baja Zen”

On October 25, 2011 By

I live in an amazing part of The United States. San Diego. It’s beautiful. Temperate. Nice people. I’ve driven across this country and seen many different states, cities, and towns. I was born and raised in Massachusetts and can appreciate the seasons and the snow. I love the United States. I consider myself a patriot [...]

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A few years ago Time Magazine did an article on Baja California and they talked a little about San Felipe. They talked about the amazing weather and the views, amongst other topics.  And they were so enamored with the area, that they asked the question; “Who needs electricity?”  That’s a great question. At the time, [...]

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