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DB Gift Guide.pptx - Discover Baja Travel Club
TRAVEL CLUB
Baja Essentials
Prices listed include 10% member discount plus tax “SAVE WATER. DRINK BEER”
DISCOVER BAJA BOTTLE OPENER
We know you’re all conservationists. That’s why you drink
so much beer, right? To save water. We totally get you.
Navy blue with white print $1.45
DISCOVER BAJA TRAVEL CLUB LIFETIME
MEMBERSHIP!
For the first time ever, we are offering LIFETIME
memberships to Discover Baja Travel Club. Never
worry about renewing again! Think about a lifetime
of discounted auto insurance, prepaid FMM tourist
permits, up-to-date information on the peninsula
and Baja travel discounts galore! We may be
slightly biased, but we think it’s the best gift ever.
$399.00
“I LOVE TO DISCOVER BAJA”
DB LICENSE PLATE FRAME
Who doesn’t love to discover Baja? Join fellow
Baja lovers and declare your passion for the
peninsula with this license plate frame.
Teal transparent plastic 6.5” x 12.25”, $3.85
DISCOVER
BAJA
DOCUMENT
CASE
This is the perfect
case for keeping all of your important Baja
paperwork together in one place – Mexican auto
insurance, FMM tourist permit, copies of your
passport, etc. In fact, you might need two – one for
the car and one to keep in your luggage.
Maroon vinyl with snap, 10.5” x 5“, $2.45
DISCOVER BAJA
KOOZIE
Now you can think of us every time you
have a cold one. With the Discover Baja
logo on one side and “Don’t cry over
spilled milk. It could have been beer.”
printed on the back, this koozie is
guaranteed to be the life of the party.
Collapsible and easy to pack, this
beverage cooler is perfect for keeping
soda, water or cerveza nice and cold while
relaxing in a hammock at the beach.
Maroon with white print, $2.90
BAJA STICKERS
Stamp your car with our classic Baja
sticker. Declare your love of Baja by
displaying these quality, non-fading
stickers. Choose either our small decal
in white or the larger decal in black or
with the Mexican flag background. Small
sticker in black and white, or red/white/
green, 3.5” X 2”, $1.95
Large sticker in black and white, red/
white/green or black, 6” X 3.5 “, $2.90
REBEL FASTRAC FISHING LURES
The Rebel Fastrac lures are back! The
perfect gift for the angler in your life. These
lures are recommended by The Baja Catch
for 90% of Baja’s reef and near-shore fishing.
We’ve special ordered these hard-to-find
gems. Available in a variety pack of three or
as single lures in blue/silver.
Set of 3: blue/silver, black/silver, and black/
gold $21.90
Individual Lures: blue/silver $7.30
1 BREYER BAJA MAP PRINT
Discover Baja has purchased the exclusive rights to Steve Breyer’s
beautiful Baja map and we want to share this treasure with you. This
map of Baja California is a reproduction of an original watercolor. Golden
land surrounded by blue water, this art is reminiscent of maps used by
the early explorers. Available as a print in three different sizes, a
beautiful double-matted print or as a set of notecards. In any format, this
map is a fabulous gift.
Double-matted print (forest green and Cocoa) 20” X 24”, $37.95
Large Print 18” X 23” $15.60
Small Print 8” X 11” $3.90
Set of ten 5” X 7” notecards $7.30
MATA ORTIZ POTTERY
Come by the Discover Baja office
and purchase one (or more) of our
beautiful Mata Ortiz pots. Mata
Ortiz is a quaint village tucked in
the mountains of Chihuahua,
Mexico. Led by famed potter Juan
Quezada, the village has over 400
talented artists who make “ollas.”
These gorgeous works of art are
perfect for your home or given as a
cherished gift. You will not see
these prices outside of Mata Ortiz.
Come by the Discover Baja office
to view the selection or call for
more details. Unfortunately we
cannot ship pottery, it is available
for pick up only.
BACK
FRONT
DISCOVER BAJA PENINSULA
T- SHIRT
MCMAHAN BAJA WALL MAP
The legendary Mike McMahan’s Baja
peninsula map was updated by his
daughter, Ginger McMahan Potter
before her death in 1998. We have
some of the last copies of this colorful
map that is sure to become a
collector’s item.
On Dupont Tyvek 34” x 58” $33.55
Poster 21” x 30” $16.50
This popular Baja t-shirt features
Steve Breyer’s colorful Baja map
design on the back. This map of
Baja California is a reproduction of
an original watercolor and is
reminiscent of maps used by the
early explorers. Reprinted in vivid
colors, you will always know where
you are on our favorite peninsula
when you wear this Baja t-shirt.
Discover Baja logo on the front.
100% cotton Sizes S, L, XL, $14.60
Size XXL $16.65. Please specify
size.
CROSSING SOUTH: SEASON 1 & SEASON 2 DVD SETS
UPPER SEA OF CORTEZ
2014 TIDE CALENDAR
This 2014 calendar shows the
tides for the upper Sea of
Cortez for each day of the
year. Accompanied by 12 fullpage photographs of Puerto
Peñasco and San Felipe, this
tide calendar is not only pretty
to look at, but it’s a handy tool
for any Baja dweller or visitor.
Softcover, 8.5” X 11”, $12.60
Join host Jorge Meraz as he takes you on a journey through
northern Baja to explore the people, foods, customs and
activities that the diverse region has to offer. This beloved
KPBS travel show takes you to places such as Guadalupe
Valley, Mexicali, Rosarito and shows you a side of Tiijuana
you may never have seen before. Whether you’ve been
traveling in northern Baja for years or are just getting
acquainted with it, you’ll enjoy these entertaining episodes.
Season 1 DVD. 385 minutes, $38.85
Season 2 DVD. 350 minutes, $38.85
COROZON VAQUERO: THE HEART OF THE COWBOY DVD
Cody and Gary McClintock along with Eve Ewing have produced
this treasured glimpse into the lives of the Californios, a people
whose roots reach back 300 years to the original missionary
soldiers of California’s Spanish Frontier. Watch rare footage of the
daily lives of these vaqueros and their families in California’s Final
Frontier. Experience the peace, humor, and hospitality of a people
living as one with their environment and with each other.
DVD. 65 minutes, $19.45
2 Baja Basics
BAJA
CALIFORNIA
ALMANAC
The 4th edition of
the Almanac brings
you full-color
topographic maps
detailing every inch
of Mexico’s Baja
California
peninsula. With over 10,000 entries,
the Baja Almanac lets you pinpoint
any location anywhere in Baja down
to the most remote ranch or
campsite. A must have for any Baja
traveler.
Softcover, 10.75” x 15.25”, 52pp,
$26.95
MOON
HANDBOOKS
BAJA- 9th EDITION
By Nikki Goth Itoi
Don’t miss the ultimate
Baja guidebook! The
guide is packed with
information on dining,
transportation and accommodations
by region and city. It also provides
details on Baja’s top beaches, gives
tips on how to plan a Baja road trip,
and shares the secrets of island
hopping. Don’t travel to Baja
without it.
Softcover, 5.5” X 7.5”,485 pp.,
$19.40
MEXICAN SPANISH BY LONELY PLANET
This phrasebook from Lonely Planet is our #1
recommendation in the office for a Spanish dictionary. It’s
packed with local expressions, cultural facts, shopping lingo,
even pick-up lines and sports talk. You’ll be able to order a
meal, ask for directions or get help in an emergency.
Softcover, 3.5” X 5.5”, 256 pp., $8.80
VOX SUPER-MINI SPANISH AND ENGLISH
DICTIONARY
This pocket-sized dictionary has more than 15,000 words,
phrases and examples. This handy reference contains all the
essential Spanish words required for quick communication
and comprehension. With the manageable format and rich
content, you’ll be speaking like a local in no time!
Softcover, 3.5” x 5.75” 480 pp., $4.85
ITM BAJA CALIFORNIA MAP
This waterproof, fold-out map of Baja California is a must for every
traveler. The double-sided topographic map has inset maps of
Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, La Paz, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo
San Lucas. Touristic information includes: airports, border
crossings, gas/filling stations, sea ports, hotels, camping sites, post
offices, waterfalls, beaches, cave paintings, whale watching,
surfing, kayaking, museums, and scenic viewpoints.
Also available for Mainland Mexico. Foldout to 25.5” x 38”, $10.70
GUIA ROJI 2013
This road and travel atlas has maps that show all of Mexico
and maps of Belize and Guatemala as well. Tourist section
with main attractions, historical information, Mexican holidays
and festivals, tourist services, and profiles of 500
destinations. Color photographs and inset maps throughout.
Map section includes highway routes, approximate distances
in miles and kilometers, tollbooths, gas stations. Highway
routes rated for scenic or touring interest. Indispensible for
travel through mainland Mexico. In Spanish.
Softcover, 8.5” x 11”, 121 pp., $26.20
Charts and Guides
MEXICO BIRDS: AN
INTRODUCTION TO
FAMILIAR SPECIES
MEXICO FIELD GUIDES
Any Baja fisherman, diver, kayaker, birder or beach comber will want one
or more of these full-color, laminated field guides by Rainforest
Publications. If you can see it in the water or in the air of Baja, you can
identify it with these guides. Choose from a variety of topics, or collect all
of them.
Double-sided cards (right): marine mammals, sea and shore birds, sport
fish or reef fish. Laminated, 7.5” X 11.5”, $6.75
Foldout guides (above): tropical fruit, flowers, mammals. Laminated, 24” x
8.75” unfolded, $7.75
Ideal for traveling nature
enthusiasts, this essential
foldout guide discusses
more than 164 avian
species found in Mexico
and contains a map featuring
prominent, country-wide birding
destinations such as Veracruz.
Laminated for durability, it’s perfect
for field use by novices and
experts alike.
Laminated fold-out, 8.2”x 10.9”,
$6.75
3 SPORTFISHING ATLAS
The Sportfishing Atlas Baja California Edition by Baja
Directions offers perhaps the most comprehensive look of the
productive waters of Baja California. Sixteen maps cover
every square inch of the peninsula and include hundreds of
GPS waypoints of the top fishing spots, prominent landmarks
and harbors on both coasts, locations of important facilities
like gas stations, marinas, fuel docks, boat ramps and more.
The Sportfishing Atlas packs an incredible amount of hard-tofind information into a simple and easy to use product.
Spiral bound, waterproof, 11” x 17”, $48.55
FISH-N-MAP CO.
CHARTS
If you want one specific area only, individual laminated maps
are available for Cabo, East Cape, Ensenada, LA Bay, La
Paz, Loreto, Mag Bay, Mulege, or San Quintin.
11” x 17”, $15.50
THE SURFER’S GUIDE TO BAJA
By Mike Parise
Here’s the ultimate, revised, and updated guide for surfers
heading to Mexico’s surf-packed Baja peninsula. This guide
features over 120 breaks, including the legendary points,
reefs, beachbreaks and even islands. From Tijuana to Cabo
and around to the East Cape, it has maps, travel tips, wave
height chart, tips on when to go where, accommodations and
more. There is no better guide for surfers heading to Baja.
Softcover, 8.5” X 10.5”, 110 pp., $22.30
TRAVELER’S GUIDE TO CAMPING
MEXICO’S BAJA
By Mike and Terry Church
This Baja camping and RVing Bible, now in its
5th edition, gives a description of virtually every
campground on the peninsula as well as vital
information about preparation, documentation,
border crossing, side trips and things to see and
do. The authors personally research each
campsite to ensure the book contains the most
accurate information available. An added bonus
is the chapter covering campgrounds and RV parks in Puerto
Penasco.
Softcover, 6” x 9”, 255 pp., $17.45
These underwater topography
maps are waterproof, tearresistant navigational aids for
the serious fisherman. With
GPS locations and other
features for fishing, boating,
camping and swimming, you
don’t want to leave home
without these invaluable
guides. Available in four areas
– Baja California North and
South (for the Pacific) and
Sea of Cortez North and
South.
Laminated fold-out, 36” x 24”
unfolded. $7.70
THE ANGLER’S GUIDE TO
TRAILER-BOATING BAJA
By Zack Thomas
The waters of Baja have
some of the best and most
varied fishing on the planet
and are accessible to anyone
with a trailerable boat and a
sense of adventure. This
guide has it all for first-timers
and veterans with information on launch
spots, paperwork, driving conditions and
logistics.
Softcover, 8.4” X 10.8”, 320 pp., $29.15
Baja Cooking
GOURMET BY
THE BAY
This cookbook
features hundreds
of recipes compiled
by residents of Bahia
de los Angeles.
Highlight recipes
include chile rellenos
casseroles, taco soup
and kahlua flan.
Best of all, most of the
proceeds go to the Bahia Museum of Natural
History and Culture in L.A. Bay.
Hardcover, 6”x 9” 142 pp. $17.00
FRIDA’S FIESTAS: RECIPES
AND REMINISCENCES OF
LIFE WITH FRIDA KAHLO
By Guadalupe Rivera
Written by the daughter of artist
Diego Rivera, Frida’s Fiestas is
an account of many important
events in the life of Mexican artist
Frida Kahlo. It includes more than
100 recipes that were served to
family and friends, 92 full-color
photos and reproductions of some of Frida’s best-loved still
lifes.
Hardcover, 7.5”x 10.5”, 224 pp. $36.50
4 Explor e Baja
LAGOON TIME
“A Guide to Gray Whales and the Natural History of San Ignacio Lagoon”
By Steven L. Swartz
Steven Swartz and Mary Lou Jones spent six whale seasons between 1977-1982 on the
shores of San Ignacio Lagoon documenting the breeding, calving and behaviors of the
gray whales. The resulting book, Lagoon Time, provides background about what led to
their study and information on how they conducted their research. There’s also a
summary of the lagoon’s natural history and a guide section that illustrates native flora
and fauna as well as whale behavior. There are over 250 color photographs, maps,
graphs and grayscale illustrations in the book. This is an enjoyable must-read for anyone
who has ever visited, or dreams of visiting, San Ignacio Lagoon and the gray whales.
Softcover, 6”x 9”, 200 pp., $29.10
BAJA CALIFORNIA
PLANT FIELD GUIDE
- 3rd EDITION
THE OLD MISSIONS OF BAJA & ALTA
CALIFORNIA 1697-1834
By Jon Redman and Norman Roberts
The long-awaited 3rd edition of this
Baja plant is completely revised with
30% more plants and information.
Over 400 plants are discussed along
with 285 color photographs. Endemic
plants are identified and there are
also brief discussions of the uses of
many of the plants. With an extensive bibliography of the
natural history of Baja California, this comprehensive
plant field guide will prove invaluable for both the casual
visitor and the serious explorer. This is a definitive guide
to the fantastic variety and uniqueness found in Baja
California’s plant life. Plants are described and shown in
color.
Flexi-Bound cover, 6” x 9”, 480 pp., $ 34.00
BIRDING IN BAJA
CALIFORNIA SUR
By Kaia Thomson
& Todos Santos Eco
Adventures
This is a collection of
over 140 stunning
bird photographs
captured by Kaia Thomson over
the course of her 12 years of
birding in Baja. Taken in the many
diverse ecosystems that define
Baja, these photos show the birds
of BCS in many facets: lovers,
fighters, hunters, players. This
book is an invitation to bird lovers
of all kinds to explore the
remarkable nature of Baja and to
engage in the conservation of
these habitats.
Softcover, 6.5” x 9”, 64 pp., $19.40
By Max Kurillo, Erline Tuttle
and David Kier
This user-friendly guide to the
missions of California is a perfect
book for any Baja traveler. The
book documents the chronological
founding of the Jesuit, Franciscan
and Dominican missions in Baja
California and Alta California.
With over 160 photographs, this
spiral bound book is a concise account of the story of
the California missions. It takes the reader back to a
challenging frontier without borders and clarifies the
interlocking history of the missions of Baja California
and Alta California. This book fits easily in your glovebox to have on hand for your next Baja adventure.
Softcover, 5.5” X 8.5”, 144 pp., $19.40
THE EDGE OF
THE SEA OF
CORTEZ
By Betty Hupp and
Marilyn Malone
For anyone who
loves exploring tide
pools, this gorgeous
full-color guide is a must. Large
color pictures of shells, sea
creatures and birds makes
identification simple and fun. This is
the only guide to the diverse sea
creatures that can be observed
along the shores of the Gulf of
California. In these pages, you will
find a trove of valuable information
to take with you as you walk along
the beach, meeting the fascinating
creatures at the tips of your toes.
Softcover, 8”x 10”, 94 pp., $27.20
THE DESERT
ISLANDS OF
MEXICO’S SEA
OF CORTEZ
By Stewart Aitchison
The desert islands in
the Sea of Cortez are
a refuge for an
astounding variety of plants and
animals. This gripping tale of
natural history also explores the
geologic origin of the gulf and its
islands, presents some of the
basics of island biogeography and
provides a brief outlook for
preserving this area. Complete
with color photographs of birds,
plants, animals and land
formations.
Softcover, 5.5” x 8.5”, 103 pp.,
$15.55
5 For your Coffee Table
THE SEA OF CORTEZ
By Ray Cannon
We have a collection of vintage editions of Ray
Cannon’s best-selling 1966 book. Cannon’s
time in Baja from 1947-1977 chronicles a
“Golden Age” – a time of unspoiled natural
beauty and colorful stories of a magical
peninsula and its people. This beautifully
illustrated book features history, travel
discoveries, fishing and adventure.
Hardcover, 8.5” x 11”, 284 pp., prices vary,
please inquire
THE UNFORGETTABLE SEA OF
CORTEZ: BAJA CALIFORNIA’S
GOLDEN AGE, 1947-77: THE LIFE
AND WRITINGS OF RAY CANNON
By Gene Kira
This is the magical story of Ray Cannon
and his 30-year career as the pied piper
of Baja. From Ray Cannon’s personal
archives come thousands of pages and
photos chronicling Cannon’s greatest and
wildest fishing stories from a beloved
peninsula.
Hardcover,8.5” x 11”, 362 pp., $48.60
THE CAVE PAINTINGS OF
BAJA CALIFORNIA:
DISCOVERING THE GREAT
MURALS OF AN UNKNOWN
PEOPLE
TIJUANA 1964
By Harry Crosby
The murals of Baja California are one
of the five greatest sites in the world
for primitive rock art.This classic
book unveiled the scope and
significance of these great works in
the 1970s. It contains stunning
photography of a world-class
archaeological region in remote
central Baja. Next best thing to being
there.
Hardcover, 10”x 10”, 246 pp., $38.85
MARIACHI
BAJA, MEXICO: THROUGH THE
EYES OF AN HONEST LENS
By Harry Crosby, Paul Ganster, David
Piñera Ramírez and Antonio Padilla
Corona
We have rare copies of the first printing of
this bilingual catalog of 42 black-and-white
photographs accompanied by an
interpretive essay about Tijuana in 1964.
This collectors item shows and tells the
beautiful history of one of the world’s most
important border towns. This limited-edition
first-run printing is sold out from the original
publisher and extremely difficult to find.
Don’t let this rare gem get away from you!
Softcover, 12” x 12”, 59 pp., $48.60
By Patricia Greathouse
This beautiful book captures the world of
mariachi and its development through the
author’s interviews with mariachis who
give unique perspectives on the culture.
Tales of life as a mariachi are interwoven
with enlightening biographies of mariachi
greats, favorite song lyrics and forty
recipes from the mariachi culture. CD of
Mariachi favorites included.
Hardcover, 8.5” x 9”, 176 pp., $29.20
By Elizabeth Healey
Here is the coffee table book on Baja
that we all want. A photographic tour
of Baja California from Tijuana to Los
Cabos, including the spectacular
homes, hotels, people, scenery,
wildlife and missions that are uniquely
Baja. Text is bilingual. Perfect for any
Baja devotee.
Hardcover, 10” x 12”, 156 pp., $38.85
6 THE CAMINO REAL AND THE MISSIONS OF THE BAJA CALIFORNIA
PENINSULA
Text and photos by Harry Crosby, Exequiel Excurra, Enrique Hambleton and Julia
Bendimenz Patterson
A fascinating history and presentation of the Baja California Missions in the unique
format of a portfolio with fold-out pages, including a six-foot satellite map of the
peninsula with detailed information on each mission. Along with many beautiful
illustrations and photos, there are biographies, information and text by foremost
experts, including Harry Crosby and Exequial Ezcurra. All text in this book is in both
Spanish and English. This wonderful book makes a gorgeous and captivating gift for
yourself or for someone else.
Hardcover, 12” x 17.5”, accordion-style pages fold out to 12-foot length $38.85
GATEWAY TO ALTA CALIFORNIA: THE EXPEDITION TO SAN DIEGO, 1769
By Harry W. Crosby
The story of the Spanish expedition to help found San Diego is told through diary
excerpts and the author's comments in this wonderful book. The story takes the reader
day-by-day on the journey through the unexplored, desolate wilderness of northern
Baja California. For the first time, all of the names of the Hispanic members of the
expedition party are listed. Full-color maps provide a graphic statement of the journey.
Hardcover, 8.8” x 11.2”, 224 pp., $38.85
Baja R eads
AGAVE SUNSETS:
TREASURED TALES OF BAJA
By Ann Hazard
This collection of 50 stories spans
four generations, telling stories of
the people of Baja in a light-hearted
and spirited manner. The
heart-warming anecdotes will make
you fall in love all over again with
the spirit of Mexico.
Softcover, 8.5” x 5.5”, 212 pp., $19.40
JOURNEY
WITH A BAJA
BURRO
By Graham
Mackintosh
This story of
Mackintosh’s walk
from the U.S.
border to Loreto is
a celebration of the dramatic
beauty of Baja, the depth of the
relationship between the author
and his burro companion, and a
moving tribute to the courage and
character of the early Baja
missionaries.
Softcover, 8.9” x 6”, 358 pp.,
$17.45
WHALES: TOUCHING THE MYSTERY
By Doug Thompson
This book and DVD share the stories of
encounters with gray whales, in particular
the friendly gray whales of San Ignacio
Lagoon. Weaving personal accounts with
factual information, Thompson describes
the hidden lives of whales, their
mysterious migrations, and the modern
threats they face.
Softcoverr, 8.9” x 6”, 160 pp., $24.25
NEARER MY
DOG TO THEE
By Graham
Mackintosh
With his
Characteristic
humor and sense
of wonder,
Mackintosh takes
on the Sierra de San Pedro Martir
with his two dogs. From world
history to natural history, this
book will entertain anyone who
loves Baja California, the San
Pedro Martir, and, most of all,
dogs.
Softcover, 8.4” x 5.4”, 290 pp.,
$16.50
MAROONED
WITH VERY
LITTLE BEER
By Graham
Mackintosh
In his fourth book
on Baja,
Mackintosh
Humorously
recounts his two
months spent hiking and kayaking
along the shores of Isla Angel de
la Guardia. The book describes
the island’s history and geology
and the amusing adventures of the
author himself.
Softcover, 8.5” x 5.5”, 320 pp.,
$16.50
7 Or der Form
-Please complete the form and email, fax or mail to Discover Baja at address
below, or call 1-800-727-2252 to place an order.
-You can also order items online at www.squareup.com/market/discover-baja.
*Prices include a sales tax of 8%. If this tax increases, prices will increase accordingly.
NONMEMBER
MEMBER PRICE TOTAL
QTY
ITEM
___ Agave Sunsets - Hazard
$21.95
$19.40 ______
___ Baja California Almanac
$26.95
$26.95 ______
___ Baja California Plant and Field Guide $37.75
$34.00 ______
– Roberts
___ Baja, Mexico – Healy
$43.15
$38.85 ______
___ Baja Sticker – small, b/w
$2.15
$1.95
______
___ Baja Sticker – small, red/wht/green
$2.15
$1.95
______
___ Baja Sticker – large, b/w
$3.25
$2.90
______
___ Baja Sticker – large, red/wht/green
$3.25
$2.90
______
___ Baja Sticker – large, black
$3.25
$2.90
______
___ Birding in Baja California Sur
$21.55
$19.40 ______
___ Breyer Baja Map Print– double matted $42.15
$37.95 ______
___ Breyer Baja Map Print – 18” X 23”
$17.30
$15.60 ______
___ Breyer Baja Map Print – 8” X 11”
$4.35
$3.90
______
___ Breyer Baja Map Notecards (set of 10)
$8.10
$7.30
______
___ Corazon Vaquero DVD
$21.60
$19.45 ______
___ Crossing South, Season 1 DVD
$43.15
$38.85 ______
___ Crossing South, Season 2 DVD
$43.15
$38.85
___ Discover Baja Travel Club Lifetime
$399.00 $399.00 ______
Membership
___ Discover Baja Bottle Opener
$1.65
$1.45
______
___ Discover Baja Document Case
$2.70
$2.45
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___ Discover Baja Koozie
$3.20
$2.90
______
___ Discover Baja License Plate Frame
$4.30
$3.85
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___ Discover Baja Peninsula T-Shirt
$16.25
$14.60 ______
(CIRCLE SIZE: S, L, XL)
___ Discover Baja Peninsula T-Shirt -XXL $18.40
$16.55 ______
___ Fish-n-Map Co – Sea of Cortez North
$8.60
$7.70
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___ Fish-n-Map Co – Sea of Cortez South $8.60
$7.70
______
___ Fish-n-Map Co – Pacific Ocean North
$8.60
$7.70
______
___ Fish-n-Map Co – Pacific Ocean South $8.60
$7.70
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___ Frida’s Fiestas – Rivera
$42.35
$36.50 ______
___ Gateway to Alta California – Crosby
$43.15
$38.85 ______
___ Gourmet by the Bay
$18.90
$17.00 ______
___ Guia Roji 2013
$29.10
$26.20 ______
___ ITM Baja California Map
$11.85
$10.70 ______
___ ITM Mainland Mexico Map
$12.90
$11.60 ______
___ Journey with a Baja Burro –
$19.45
$17.45 ______
Mackintosh
___ Lagoon Time - Swartz
$32.35
$29.10 ______
___ Mariachi – Greathouse
$32.45
$29.20 ______
___ Marooned with Very Little Beer $18.35
$16.50 ______
Mackintosh
___ McMahan Baja Wall Map 21” x 30”
$18.35
$16.50 ______
___ McMahan Baja Wall Map 34” x 58”
$37.25
$33.55 ______
___ Mexican Spanish – Lonely Planet
$9.75
$8.80
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MEMBER PRICE
QTY
ITEM
___ Mexico Birds: Introduction to Familiar
$7.50
$6.75
Species
___ Mexico Field Guides– Marine Mammals $7.50
$6.75
___ Mexico Field Guides – Reef Fish
$7.50
$6.75
___ Mexico Field Guides – Sea and Shore
$7.50
$6.75
Birds
___ Mexico Field Guides – Sport Fish
$7.50
$6.75
___ Mexico Field Guide Foldout – Flowers
$8.60
$7.75
___ Mexico Field Guide Foldout– Mammals $8.60
$7.75
___ Mexico Field Guide Foldout – Fruit
$8.60
$7.75
___ Moon Handbooks, Baja – Itoi
$21.55
$19.40
___ Nearer My Dog to Thee - Mackintosh
$18.35
$16.50
___ Rebel Fastrac Fishing Lures – set of 3 $24.30
$21.90
___ Rebel Fastrac Fishing Lures – single
$8.10
$7.30
___ Sportfishing Atlas
$54.95
$48.55
___ Sportfishing Individual Map - Cabo
$17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map– East Cape $17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map - Ensenada $17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map – LA Bay
$17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map – La Paz
$17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map - Loreto
$17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map – Mag Bay $17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map - Mulege
$17.25
$15.50
___ Sportfishing Individual Map – San
$17.25
$15.50
Quintin
___ The Anglers Guide to Tralier-Boating
$32.40
$29.15
Baja – Thomas
___ The Camino Real and the Missions of
$43.15
$38.85
the Baja California Peninsula
___ The Cave Paintings of Baja California – $43.15
$38.85
Crosby
___ The Desert Islands of Mexico’s Sea of
$17.25
$15.55
Cortez – Aitchinson
___ The Edge of the Sea of Cortez – Hupp $30.25
$27.20
& Malone
___ The Old Missions of Baja & Alta
$21.50
$19.40
California – Kurillo, Tuttle, Kier
___ The Sea of Cortez – Cannon
PRICES
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___ The Surfer’s Guide to Baja
$24.80
$22.30
___ The Unforgettable Sea of Cortez – Kira $54.00
$48.60
___ Tijuana 1964
$54.00
$48.60
___ Traveler’s Guide to Camping Mexico’s $19.40
$17.45
Baja – Church
___ Upper Sea of Cortez 2014 Tide Calendar $14.00
$12.60
___ Vox Super-Mini Spanish Dictionary
$5.35
$4.85
___ Whales: Touching the Mystery –
$27.00
$24.25
Thompson
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U.S. Shipping (priority mail) and handling $6.25 first item, $1.50 for
each additional item. Shipping for fold-up maps is $1.00 each.
Mexico & Canada shipping (First Class) $9.25 for first item $2.50
for each additional item. Because of customs, DB cannot
guarantee foreign delivery time. Call Discover Baja for media rates.
SHIPPING:
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