2/21/2005

MEXICO

Dolphin Love

Cabo San Lucas Last month I went to our CEO trip in Cabo San Lucas, the sales achievement award trip of my company. My niece and I swam with the dolphins, saw Sammy Hagar perform, played in a golf tournament, ate and drank at The Office, danced the mambo at The Mambo Cafe and in general had an excellent time. Our rooms at the Sheraton Los Cabo were beautiful Add your suggestions for Things You Should Do in Mexico by clicking on the comments button.

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irishlass said...

Check out the action at the Corona Mazatlan Classic, an official stop on the Camadian Golf Tour . Held at the El Cid Golf & Country Club

irishlass said...

2006 Corona Mazatlan Classic - Round 1 Scores

Players Front Back R1
Score

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1. Brian Miller El Cajon, CA 33 32 65
T2. Pablo del Olmo Mexico 32 34 66
T2. Michael Walton Palm Desert, CA 34 32 66
T2. Javier Quevedo El Paso, TX 32 34 66
T5. Chris Wall Dallas, TX 33 34 67
T5. Eric Wang Cypress, CA 32 35 67
T7. Brian Flugstad Seattle, WA 35 33 68
T7. Craig Taylor Hunter River, PE 35 33 68
T7. Jay Reynolds Austin, TX 33 35 68
T7. Anthony Rodriguez Spring Branch, TX 32 36 68
T11. Andy Doeden Fort Worth, TX 34 35 69
T11. Stephen Gangluff Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 33 36 69
T11. Kevin Pom Arleau La Quinta, CA 34 35 69
T14. Wil Collins Rapid City, SD 34 36 70
T14. Paul Espinoza Guadalajara, MX 36 34 70
T14. Oscar Fraustro Chihuahua, MX 34 36 70
T14. Josh Habig Jasper, IN 35 35 70
T14. Scott Henderson Dove Canyon, CA 35 35 70
T14. Jeff McCammon Jupiter, FL 33 37 70
T14. José Trauwitz Cuernavaca, MX 35 35 70
T14. Jon Turcott Middleton, WI 34 36 70
T22. Luis Arechiga Morelia, MX 36 35 71
T22. Lindsay Bernakevitch Vancouver, BC 33 38 71
T22. Eddie Heinen Las Vegas, NV 36 35 71
T22. Rusty Kennedy Phoenix, AZ 37 34 71
T22. Ryan Lidkea Delta, BC 32 39 71
T22. James Love (A) Calgary, AB 34 37 71
T22. Danny Lovell Plano, TX 33 38 71
T22. John Mallinger Long Beach, CA 34 37 71
T22. Gibby Martens Plano, TX 34 37 71
T22. Ryan Nomura Carpenteria, CA 34 37 71
T22. Juan Salazar Celaya, MX 34 37 71
T22. Todd Tanner Salt Lake City, UT 34 37 71
T22. Oscar Serna Leon, MX 33 38 71
T22. Dong Yi Alameda, CA 36 35 71
T36. Blake Brown Paso Robles, CA 36 36 72
T36. Ricardo Carrillo Mexic D.F., MX 36 36 72
T36. Juan Pablo Colin Guadalajara, MX 37 35 72
T36. Matt Daniel Richmond, BC 36 36 72
T36. Pablo Fernández Mexico 37 35 72
T36. Christo Greyling Orlando, FL 34 38 72
T36. Brian Guetz Scottsdale, AZ 36 36 72
T36. Michael Harris Troy, MI 34 38 72
T36. Clint Jensen Palm Beach Gardens, FL 36 36 72
T36. Bryan Novoa San Antonio, TX 35 37 72
T36. Alex Quiroz Cuernavaca, MX 36 36 72
T36. Antonio Serna Leon, MX 36 36 72
T36. Efren Serna Leon, Mexico 36 36 72
T36. Ben Weir Scottsdale, AZ 36 36 72
T50. Tyler Erickson Bozeman, MT 39 34 73
T50. Keith Huber Fresno, CA 35 38 73
T50. Jim Lemon Madison, WI 35 38 73
T50. Mike Mayer Hesperia, CA 37 36 73
T50. Horacio Morales Edo. De Mexico, MX 36 37 73
T50. Rob Oppenheim Andover, MA 38 35 73
T50. Isaac Sanchez Folsom, CA 37 36 73
T50. Justin Snelling Boise, ID 36 37 73
T50. Chad Spencer Rocklin, CA 37 36 73
T50. Adam Short Vineland, ON 36 37 73
T50. Travis Whisman Reno, NV 36 37 73
T61. Stuart Anderson Edmonton, AB 34 40 74
T61. Jose Avelar Mazatlan, Mexico 38 36 74
T61. Eracleo Bermudez Queretaro, MX 37 37 74
T61. Guillermo Bernal (A) Mazatlan, MX 38 36 74
T61. Ryan Carter Los Angeles, CA 40 34 74
T61. Eric Dandridge Kingwood, TX 37 37 74
T61. Ian Doig Sharon, ON 37 37 74
T61. Kent Fukushima Grande Prairie, AB 38 36 74
T61. Rudy Gonzalez III Laredo, TX 35 39 74
T61. Bret Guetz Scottsdale, AZ 36 38 74
T61. Ian Hagen Scappoose, OR 36 38 74
T61. Juan Pablo Ibarreche Cuernavaca, MX 37 37 74
T61. Juan Pablo Jaramillo Mexico 36 38 74
T61. Marcus Jones Graham, TX 37 37 74
T61. David Lea Waterloo, ON 38 36 74
T61. Alberto Luna Colima, MX 37 37 74
T61. Chris O'Connor Scottsdale, AZ 42 32 74
T61. Gordy Scutt Victoria, BC 37 37 74
T61. Todd Smith Rancho Murieta, CA 34 40 74
T61. Alejandro Villavicencio Mexico 41 33 74
T61. Andy Walker Phoenix, AZ 39 35 74
T61. Dustin Risdon Calgary, AB 38 36 74
T61. Jose Guadalupe Rodriguez Queretaro, MX 38 36 74
T84. Michael Berg Detroit Lakes, MN 37 38 75
T84. Garrett Chaussard Millbrae, CA 36 39 75
T84. Glenn Collins Winnipeg, MB 38 37 75
T84. Daniel DeLeon Saltillo, MX 37 38 75
T84. Hidemichi Haginomori Japan 39 36 75
T84. Jason Higton Fresno, CA 36 39 75
T84. Justin Itzen Pomona, CA 37 38 75
T84. Christopher Kalloi Estado, MX 39 36 75
T84. Brock Mackenzie Yakima, WA 37 38 75
T84. Lonn Mastro San Luis Obispo, CA 38 37 75
T84. Alan McLean London, ON 33 42 75
T84. Mike McNally Billings, MT 35 40 75
T84. Danny Mijovic Toronto, ON 37 38 75
T84. Alex Munoz Mexico City, MX 37 38 75
T84. Todd Pence Cheney, WA 38 37 75
T84. David Petry San Antonio, TX 40 35 75
T84. Russell Surber La Quinta, CA 39 36 75
T84. Nik Tayler Australia 38 37 75
T84. Jesus Torres Guadalajara, MX 37 38 75
T84. David Walker Australia 36 39 75
T104. Matthew Bass Santa Cruz, CA 37 39 76
T104. Ryan Camp Spokane, WA 38 38 76
T104. Zach Doran Dublin, OH 35 41 76
T104. Brad Fritsch Ottawa, ON 38 38 76
T104. Federico Garcia Mexico D.F., MX 38 38 76
T104. Scott Gibson Huntington Beach, CA 38 38 76
T104. Manuel Inman Mexico D.F., MX 34 42 76
T104. David Lopez Mexico City, MX 40 36 76
T104. Brad Neher Broomfield, CO 36 40 76
T104. Jonathan Ohye Calabasas, CA 38 38 76
T104. Brad Pemberton Port Hope, ON 39 37 76
T104. Scott Smith Charlotte, NC 35 41 76
T104. Dale Vallely Medicine Hat, AB 39 37 76
T104. Ryan Vallely Medicine Hat, AB 39 37 76
T104. Byron Smith Palm Springs, CA 38 38 76
T119. Carlos Concha Reno, NV 35 42 77
T119. Jorge Corral Mexico D.F., MX 35 42 77
T119. Lee Curry Ottawa, ON 39 38 77
T119. Ryan Ellis Draper, UT 40 37 77
T119. Sonny Freitas Clovis, CA 39 38 77
T119. Pedro Jaramillo Guadalajara, Mexico 39 38 77
T119. Joe Kirkpatrick Paradise Valley, AZ 37 40 77
T119. Jamie Kureluk Calgary, AB 40 37 77
T119. Brian Nosler Lake Oswego, OR 35 42 77
T119. B.J. Pitzen Toledo, OH 40 37 77
T119. Jeff Puska Ladysmith, BC 40 37 77
T119. Rodrigo Quintero La Verne, CA 39 38 77
T131. Randy Block San Antonio, TX 38 40 78
T131. George Bradford Columbia, MD 41 37 78
T131. Jason Kastner Montreal, QC 39 39 78
T131. Mike Rowe Palm Desert, CA 39 39 78
T131. Mike Rexroth Bakersfield, CA 38 40 78
T131. Kwang-Soo Yoon Korea 37 41 78
T137. Brien Davis Las Vegas, NV 41 38 79
T137. Aurelio Macias Monterrey, MX 41 38 79
T137. Adam Speirs Winnipeg, MB 43 36 79
T137. Gerardo Valdez Mexico 37 42 79
141. Jim Seki Palo Alto, CA 41 39 80
142. Jose Antonio Dela Torre Mexico 36 45 81
143. Chad Brundy Palm Desert, CA 46 36 82
T144. Matt Estrada Madena, CA 44 39 83
T144. Daniel Licursi Chatsworth, CA 39 44 83
T144. Angel Morales Mexico 38 45 83
147. Jesse Smith Barrington, NH 39 45 84
148. Russ Madsen Herriman, UT 44 42 86
149. Dean Kennedy Vancouver, BC 41 47 88
- Alhi Banos Mexico GW/D
- Sean Daly Visalia, CA GW/D
- Octavio Gonzalez Oaxaca, MX GW/D
- Rick O'Shea Davie, FL GW/D


Good Luck Isaac

Anonymous said...

BAJA HA-HA Lucky 13

2006 CRUISERS RALLY

San Diego, USA to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

The start date will be October 30,2006

How to Ha-Ha

The Baja Ha-Ha, most readers know, is the annual 750-mile Cruisers' Rally from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas, with two stops on the way. By the time the beach party and awards ceremony have been held in Cabo, it's a two-week event. What's that? Your spouse or love interest can't take that much time off? Have her/him fly down the second Thursday for a four-day romantic reunion in tropical Mexico. Muy romantico!

The two stops in the Ha-Ha are Turtle Bay, about halfway to Cabo, and Bahia Santa Maria, just 180 miles from Cabo. Turtle Bay is a small, dusty - but charming - little fishing village. The Ha-Ha and the people of Turtle Bay have been good friends for years, and they always help put on a great beach party. The Ha-Ha always arrives around Halloween, much to the delight of the kids, who have a thing for candy. Bahia Santa Maria is uninhabited except for a few fishermen in the mangroves. Its rugged natural beauty is spectacular, however, and a few boats always drop out to spend a few extra days there.

The Ha-Ha is open to monohulls, multihulls - and even powerboats - over 27 feet in length that were designed, built, and have been maintained for offshore use. Smaller boats will be considered on request. The minimum number of crew is two, and at least two of the crew must have offshore experience - including overnight. It's important to note that the Ha-Ha is not for complete offshore sailing novices, but rather for people who would have been cruising to Cabo on their own anyway. While everyone helps one another, the Ha-Ha is not an offshore hand-holding service.

Anonymous said...

Maybe these people are crazy ...

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