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... mothers become scrawny as they produce milk with 53% fat for their calves (who gain about one hundred pounds a day). They do not eat for months themselves.
In the first image here, the calf is on the right and the mama is on the left.
The vocalizations of gray whales are nearly identical to some elephants. In gestation period, in remarkable memory, and perhaps in many more ways, the gray whales and elephants ...
Ship's position : LAT - 26.56.61N LONG - 114.40.69W Ship's speed : 12.7 knots Wind speed : 29.7 knots (34.2mph) Temperature (midday) : 20c / 68f Temperature (mid evening) : 18.5c / 65.3f Sunrise : 7.10am Sunset : 6.20pm Time : GMT -7 hours Twelve hours in bed did nothing for my feeling of lethargy and general malaise. Today was a sea day so I didn't have to do much. However, Filjem didn't get a chance to tidy up my stateroom last ...
The highway Mex 1 from San Quentin cuts through the fog coming up the valley from the Pacific. We got an early start and expected that we would be driving for 6 hours or more, a lot for a Gingo in Baja. From the fog Mex 1 rises quickly and then dives into a canyon to the town of El Rosario. El Rosario was made famous by a restaurant called Mama Espinoza's that was frequented by Steve McQueen, Parnelli Jones, James Garner and others as a check ...
As we leave the United States and Canada behind us, heading down the Baja California, some updated stats:
Total mileage so far: 9193
Total hours on the road: 210
Average speed: 44
Average mpg: 36 (Diesel fuel now £0.50/litre!)
Highest altitude so far: 14, 240 feet – Mount ...
Said our farewells to Salvador and Yolanda, not adios but hasta luego.
We headed for the little town of El Rosario about 4 hours south of Ensenada. The main highway is tarred but only 2 lanes and pot holes everywhere. Every other road is dirt, but after 3 days of rain - mud. There is no curb or guttering and most shop fronts just mud puddles. This is a very underserviced area and the downturn in the economy has hit Mexico hard, not to mention the drug wars. Tourism ...