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Rod Emory is working on a hard core off-road Porsche Macan Baja

Screenshot: @rodemory on Instagram It seems like off-road Porsches are all the rage these days. We’ve seen totally rad Cayennes from E-Motion Engineering, awesome off-roading in Moab, and even Porsche themselves are getting in on the Cayenne craze. And that’s to say nothing of the safari 911 trend that has been blowing up in this community for the last decade. The next logical progression for Porsche fanatics looking to get deep into the dirt is to start fiddling with Macans. The compact crosso...
Tags: Instagram, La, Porsche, Moab, Autos, Baja, Emory, Volkswagen, Scandinavia, Macan, Rod, Off Road, Porsche Macan, Tuned Porsches, Emory Motorsports, Rod Emory


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: My daughter has moved out. How dare she?

So my 22-year-old daughter, Curly Girl, moved out of our house recently, and I’m trying not to care. This is hard, because I was accustomed to our late-night chats when she got home from her job at the Evil Empire, also known as that place that sells coffee drinks at overinflated prices. She would come into my room after her swing shift, and enliven me as to every moment of her evening at work, including which customers were pleasant, which were complimentary toward her, and which were flat-out ...
Tags: Things to do, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Top Stories OCR


Mtn Dew 100 Days of Baja Instant Win Game (100 Winners Per Day)

Hundreds of prizes are up for grabs in the Mtn Dew 100 Days of Baja sweepstakes. Plus every entry is a chance to win the grand prize, $100,000 in cash to make the most of your summer Website Entry... Click to read more...
Tags: Baja, Frugality, Beauty & Fashion, Daily Entries, Game Piece Request, Instant Win Games, Ending in September, Cash & Gift Cards, Entertainment & Music, Codes & Answers


17 of the best California Airbnbs including homes near wine country, national parks, beaches, and the desert

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb According to Airbnb data, California is a top trending location for vacation rentals. Many Enhanced Clean Airbnbs in California are on the beach, near the desert, and in wine country. Experts say Airbnb may be safer than hotels because private rentals promote social distancing. With safety a top priority during COVID, close-to-home vacations continue to be popular. And if you live in or near Cali...
Tags: Hollywood, Yosemite, California, Cdc, La, US, Samsung, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Barcelona, House, Portland, San Diego, Airbnb, Baja


Watch This Overlanding Porsche Cayenne Dominate Moab

Hell's Gate is one of the most difficult obstacles in Moab, a steep slick rock face fit for only the most powerful off-road rigs with excellent tires and competent 4WD systems. Porsche wasn't messing around when it built the Cayenne, as it was actually fairly off-road capable from the factory, but it certainly didn't have the talents needed to take on Hell's Gate, or even some of the less strenuous Moab trails. However, the Porsche-engineered clutched differentials are certainly up to the task ...
Tags: Craigslist, Instagram, Porsche, Moab, Autos, Baja, Porsche Cayenne, Cayenne, Tuned Porsches, Off Roading, 957 Cayenne, Porsche Cayenne Dominate Moab, Eurowise


2021 Bronco Badlands Podiums at Mexican 1000 Rally

A stock 2021 Bronco Badlands finished third in the NORRA Mexican 1000 off-road rally, driven by two Ford engineers. The podium finish came in the Pre-Runner Truck class. Bronco engineer manager Jamie Groves and Seth Goslawski, another Bronco engineer, drove the majority of the 1,141 mile race across the Baja peninsula. Brad Lovell, a Bronco […] The post 2021 Bronco Badlands Podiums at Mexican 1000 Rally appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, Media, Advertising, Events, History, SUV, Racing, Ford, Autos, Baja, Trucks, Sales And Marketing, Rally, New Cars, Nostalgia, SUVs


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I wish my kids would learn these driving tips

This is a message to my adult children, to whom the state in its infinite wisdom has decided to give drivers licenses, even though they should be 30 years old and have to pass a professional race car drivers’ test to get one, in my humble opinion. I realize over the years the state allowed other questionable activities, such as logging old growth redwood forests, and banned others, such as riding a bicycle through a swimming pool. But by far the most questionable decision by the state of Califor...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Baja, Disneyland, Don, Department of Motor Vehicles, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Marla Jo Fisher


18 of the best Airbnbs in California, including a Hollywood bungalow, a midcentury oasis in Palm Springs, and a mountain home near Big Sur

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Airbnb According to Airbnb, California is a top trending location for vacation rentals on the site. Experts say Airbnb may be safer than hotels because private rentals promote social distancing. These Enhanced Clean Airbnbs in California are on the beach, near the desert, and in wine country. In response to COVID-19, many travelers have made safety their top priority, choosing close-to-home driving trip...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Yosemite, California, Cdc, La, US, Samsung, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Barcelona, Hawaii, House, San Diego, Tokyo


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: So here’s what happened in Baja

So I’m here today to talk to you about travel. Some of you may not remember this concept, because you’ve been hiding in your house for a year like Boo Radley in “To Kill A Mockingbird.” (Yes, I know, I mentioned him last week, but get over it. It’s my favorite new analogy.) Anyway, it’s time to emerge and get some color. You’re starting to look like Casper the Friendly Ghost. I recently went to Baja and came back with a tan. Some of you may recall that I was supposed to go to Guatemala,  but the...
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Alaska, Baja, Guatemala, Orange County, Alfred Hitchcock, Pacific Ocean, Steve, Baja California, Cancun, Don, Cabo San Lucas, Bahia de Los Angeles


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Oops, I’m not going to Guatemala after all

So, apparently I lied to you. I didn’t mean to, not this time anyway. But I told you I was leaving for Guatemala this week, and I’m not. For that, I would like to thank Volaris Airlines, which canceled our flights not once, but twice. The first time they canceled and put us on new flights, they forgot to tell us. Oops. So we only found out almost by accident that we were now supposed to travel on different dates than we were expecting. This of course meant hours of fun, rebooking hotels, contact...
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nepal, Baja, Guatemala, Orange County, Mom, Steve, Morgan, Bahia de Los Angeles, Pablo, San Felipe, Volaris, Top Stories OCR


Tips on how to see the elusive bioluminescent neon waves

The biggest question about the mysterious bioluminescence that makes the surf glow a neon blue is where will it show up next? It’s not an easy question to answer, with strong ocean currents, whipping winds and swinging tides pushing around the elusive bloom of bioluminescent phytoplankton that put on a light show when they are disturbed. But something to put on your bucket list is watching as the white crest of the waves explode with an electric blue as they crash on shore, lighting up dark stre...
Tags: News, Environment, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Baja, Ryan Lawler, Local News, Orange County, Santa Barbara, Beaches, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Torrance, Newport, Scripps Institution of Oceanography


Why this Southern California botanical garden is unlike most others

If you walk briskly, you could traverse the winding path that runs through the Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden in a very short time. Yet the fact that the garden is small makes each plant that much more precious to behold. Unlike most botanical gardens, where one day is never enough to appreciate everything there is to see, it’s different here. You can take long looks at each specimen on display and not feel you might be missing out on something if you linger more than a few moments over any pa...
Tags: Gardening, California, Israel, Sport, Rome, Things To Do, Soccer, Harry, Baja, Oprah, Mediterranean, Catalina, Meghan, Dead Sea, Studio City, Brady Bunch


2022 Ford Super Duty to Receive New Tech & Styling Updates

Work smarter, not harder. That’s the idea behind the latest tech updates for the 2022 Ford Super Duty. To complement the new range of interior technology, Ford is also offering different styling packages and exterior colors for the 2022 Super Duty. Owners of Super Duty trucks count on their vehicles to handle some of the roughest and dirtiest jobs, but there is no reason you can’t look good and enjoy cool tech while doing it. At least, according to Ford. “Super Duty customers aren’t just work...
Tags: Apple, Ford, Autos, Detroit Lions, Baja, Eckert, Android Auto, Ford Sync, Ford Motor Company, Ohio Assembly Plant, Louisville Kentucky, Kentucky Truck Plant, Ford Super Duty, Ebony Black, Car News, Carl Anthony


SitOnIt’s Baja Chair

SitOnIt’s Baja is a slim, comfy, durable, do-it-all of a chair with great customization options. The chair features an intuitively ergonomic single-piece shell for 18 degrees of backrest flex. This is complemented down below with a wire rod frame in four-leg, stool, caster, and glide styles. Baja is lightweight and stackable but surprisingly sturdy—with a 300 lb. weight capacity warranty. But the real selling point is aesthetics: Baja offers 14 shell colors, three arm ...
Tags: Books, Uncategorized, Furniture, Baja, Seating, Upholstered Chair, Stackable Chair, SitOnIt, Baja Chair, Customized Chair, Rigid Shell Chair


Going meatless for Lent? Here’s what fast food restaurants are offering in 2021

The Lenten season is here, and with it, the annual restaurant rollout of seafood and other meatless items to accommodate those who will eschew meat in their diets on various days through Easter. While many restaurants now offer meatless items year-round, these are some of the limited-time menu offerings at fast food chains this year. A&W Restaurants are serving a trio of pub-style baskets, which include fries, coleslaw, and a seafood entrée. Options include three pieces of fried cod, 16 pieces o...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Baja, Jack, Southern California, Wendy, Arby, McDonald, Carl, Caesar, El Pollo Loco, Del Taco, Wienerschnitzel, Top Stories LADN


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I looked in my son’s closet

So I did something the other day that I try hard to never do: I entered my son’s bedroom. The doctor has ordered me to avoid stress, so in my world that means staying as far away as possible from the interior of my adult children’s rooms. They could have entire families living in there. I’d never know. It’s been many years, but at one time my daughter Curly Girl had a box full of tiny kittens she’d found in front of the grocery store hidden in her room, and it took me an embarrassingly long time...
Tags: Kim Kardashian, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Baja, Don, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom


The 2021 Honda Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

Table of Contents Adventure Cruiser Standard Supersport Sport Minimoto Dual Sport Trail Competition Honda comes into 2021 with fantastic additions, sure to please riders in all categories. Bringing some displacement back to the Cruiser segment, Honda introduces the Rebel 1100. Those in the dirt crowd see the long-awaited updates to the CRF450 family. For those looking for fun and unique, check out the new for 2021 Trail 125. Announced at the end of 2019, the 2021 CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP is ...
Tags: Canada, Motorcycles, Baja, Honda, North America, Hinson, Cruise Control, Standard, CBR, DCT, Yoshimura, Africa Twin, 2021, Model lineups, Honda Selectable Torque Control, Tri Color


Baja 1000 winner challenges Elon Musk to take Cybertruck off-road racing, says it 'wouldn't have a chance'

Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla Jim Glickenhaus, founder of boutique car and race company Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, challenged Elon Musk on Twitter to enter the Cybertruck in 2023's Baja 1000 off-road race. Glickenhaus said his company will build a hydrogen-powered version of its SCG Boot off-road racer in order to compete with the Cybertruck. Glickenhaus told Insider: "The Tesla Cybertruck is not a serious off-road vehicle. It wouldn't have a chance." Visit Business Insider's homepage for mor...
Tags: Transportation, Elon Musk, Mexico, Trends, General Motors, Tesla, Baja, Musk, Nurburgring, Teslas, Glickenhaus, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, Jim Glickenhaus, Baja 1000, Kristen Lee, Elon Musk On Twitter


BAJA BUFFET - Roosterfish Fly Fishing!!!

I'm not sure how I missed sharing this shortie film from Gilbert Rowley's The Buffet Series and yet, I found this in my drafts folder.  This entire series were a fun watch and maybe even more so now that we're all locked down from traveling with the damned coronavirus. Follow Capture Adventure Media on YouTube and Instagram. Subscribe in a reader [Author: Cameron Mortenson]
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Baja, Cameron Mortenson, Gilbert Rowley


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: New Year’s resolutions, COVID version

This is the time of year when I always make my New Year resolutions, and I always try to be practical. There isn’t much point in resolving to change when you know there’s really not a chance in hell you’re actually going to do it. Or stop doing it. If you resolve to stop gambling, but you live next door to a casino, or you have that newfangled thing called the internet where you can gamble in far-flung hot and humid countries where the Feds can’t get you, good luck. Here are my top 7 resolutions...
Tags: Amazon, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Baja, Jeff Bezos, Cuba, Linda, Havana Club, Top Stories OCR, Rosarito Beach Hotel, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Marla Jo Fisher


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Spending turkey day without turkey

We didn’t have any turkey for Thanksgiving dinner this year.  In fact, we didn’t really have any official Thanksgiving dinner, at least not on the appropriate Thursday, which is the legally required day when women work from dawn to sunset, and men replenish the beer and adjust the color on the TV. I have always loved this holiday, because it’s an excuse to eat a lot of stuffing, but it’s had a special meaning since I adopted my kids 18 years ago. That meaning is: Get out of town. I blessed our s...
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Egypt, San Diego, Baja, Chanel, Costa Rica, Tijuana, Baja California, Jack Daniels, Domingo, Loreto, El Nido


Calita, Bondi

Calling seafood and taco lovers! Calita is a small 26 seater Mexican marisqueria (aka a seafood restaurant) on busy Campbell Parade in Bondi. There are cocktails and a small menu that focuses on the Baja region in Mexico.
Tags: Travel, Baja, Bondi, Calita, Campbell Parade, Calita Bondi


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Remembering my Baja past

I know lots of you have been to Baja, so you’ll understand how my Thanksgiving trip there this week made me nostalgic about my many visits over the years. Who knows if I ever would have gone, if a colleague at my job in Beverly Hills hadn’t insisted that I drive down with her to Ensenada. She was British, reserved, wore dresses with tiny flowers and those little Peter Pan collars and always seemed to have a stick up her, um, you know. I didn’t have a deep yearning to go anywhere with her. But, f...
Tags: Mexico, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Baja, Mom, Cortez, Baja California, Ensenada, Gulf Of California, Loreto, Cantina, San Ysidro, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Hussong


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: It’s almost Thanksgiving. But we’ll be in Baja

By the time you read this, you’ve already made your plans for this coming Thursday, which — as you know — is all-day happy hour at the Blue Parrot. Just kidding, we all know that it’s Thanksgiving, the day designed to allow women to work from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. cleaning, cooking, serving and then cleaning up again, while the men do the important tasks of watching football and drinking beer. I realize this is a gross, sexist mischaracterization of the day’s events, so all I can say is: Prove me wr...
Tags: Mexico, America, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Starbucks, Baja, San Diego County, Tijuana, Galapagos, Baja California, Baja Peninsula, Loreto, Sea of Cortez, Carl s Jr, Top Stories OCR


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Drinking wine with the girl child

I’ve been thinking about taking my daughter, Curly Girl, on an overnight mother-daughter trip, during which we will have special bonding time and stuff like that. Well, it wouldn’t be accurate to say I’d be taking her, since I’m not currently driving a car due to one leg that insists it doesn’t have a license. She would be doing the driving, but that’s OK, because she only has one accident a week, so the odds are with us. I can say that here with great authority because she never reads my column...
Tags: Mexico, Wikipedia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Argentina, Starbucks, Baja, Cuba, Costa Rica, Saddam Hussein, Boone, Queen Elizabeth, Napa Valley, Temecula, Bali Hai


Dakar-Ify Your Honda CRF450L With New Bolt-on Kit

Trailblazer To Professional Dune Hopper For $1700 RebelX Sports has made a name for themselves making rally kits for various off-road bikes over the years from the larger displacement KTM’s, Yamahas, and even Husqvarnas. Today is the day they bring a kit to the Honda realm. Built to be specifically bolted on directly to your CRF450L without any need for cutting, this kit has all the features you may be itching to expand the functionality of your honda bike. If you’ve ever seen a Dakar – or any ...
Tags: Motorcycles, Baja, Honda, Rally, Dakar, KTM, Motorcycle Rally News, Honda Crf450l, Rebelx


Can you visit Baja now? Maybe. Here's what you need to know

State and U.S. authorities urge against nonessential trips, but Los Cabos is reopening.
Tags: News, Baja, Los Cabos


The 2021 Ford Bronco gets an official debut date

More than three years ago, Ford announced it was bringing back the Bronco after years of customer requests and speculation. The mid-size SUV that ended its 30-year production run in 1996 was supposed to debut in March. Then COVID-19 happened and well everything got cancelled, including numerous vehicle reveals. The reborn Ford Bronco will finally emerge to the media and public — beyond what we’ve already seen thanks to lots of leaked photos — on July 9. Ford announced the date in a post Saturday...
Tags: Instagram, Tech, Ceo, Automotive, Ford, Automotive Industry, Michigan, Baja, TechCrunch, Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company, Wayne, Ford Bronco, Wayne Mich, Bronco, Ford Ranger


Subaru XV gets Baja racer transformation

Crawford Performance pumps up the XV with competition rally parts inspired by its buggy
Tags: Baja, Subaru XV, Crawford Performance


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Sorry, this column is not about the coronavirus

I hate to break it to you, but this column has nothing to do with the coronavirus. Despite the fact that there’s a terrible shortage of news about our little friend, COVID-19, I’m going to talk to you about something else: my personal travels. None of us with a brain can go anywhere right now, so my Facebook friends have requested more stories about my trips. (Are you on my Facebook page? Why not?) We’ve been amusing ourselves on my page telling stories of embarrassing travel incidents where we ...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Baja, Baja California, Cabo San Lucas, Bahia de Los Angeles, Cabo, David McNew Getty, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Cholla, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Reserve