Harry Crosby is one of the great modern explorers of Baja California. He spent months on muleback in its rugged mountainous interior discovering and recording its ancient cave art, and he became fascinated with the daily lives and the history of the current inhabitants of those sierras, some of whom are the descendants of the soldiers who accompanied the first Jesuit missionaries to Baja California two hundred years ago. He documented these adventures in books like Last of the Californios, The Cave Paintings of Baja California, and Antigua California, and here he introduces us to this other Baja California.
Format: The interview is interspersed with beautiful scenes of cave paintings and rancho life in the Sierra de San Francisco.
Find out about Harry Crosby's new novel on Baja California "Portrait of Paloma" at www.harrywcrosby.com
For good information about travelling in Baja California visit the Vagabundos del Mar travel club.
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