Category: History

Mission Ruins

Anthony Quartuccio

Baja Nights, El Progreso The nights in Baja California are incredible! I will always cherish the memories of camping among the Cirio and Cardon cactus. I especially recall a long walk I took from the camper near El Progreso. I experienced the vastness of the desert and was engulfed in its solitude. Tall Cirios with
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The Legend

The name of San Lucas Cabo San Lucas was originally named Yenecamu by the native Pericues Indians. The meaning of the name was a “place where two waters meet.” The first version of why the location was given this name was because this is where the Gulf of California and the Pacific Ocean come together.
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