Join CEDO on May 1 to celebrate our 30th anniversary! This year marks 30 years of CEDO working in the Northern Gulf of California in Mexico and its surrounding deserts, and we want to commemorate this achievement with you. CEDO (the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans) is excited to be having our anniversary fiesta at historic Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson.
After the massive flooding in San Carlos following Hurricane Jimena, San Carlos is pulling together to rebuild. Our favorite town needs help from all of our friends and a relief effort is underway. Donations are being taken at many locations and the Tucson Rotary and San Carlos Rotary are working diligently to coordinate efforts to […]
As most regular travelers to San Carlos know, despite the increase in border violence in Mexico, the path to San Carlos is a friendly and well-protected conduit to enjoy the splendors of the Sea of Cortez. The State Department recently released an updated travel advisory that clarified some of the concerns expressed in previous versions. […]
We wanted to pass along some fun happenings that are coming to San Carlos – The Bad News Blues Band is coming to San Carlos for three nights of Blues on the Beach! Besides their Saturday night (March 21) show at The Soggy Peso Bar on Catch-22 beach, The Bad News Blues Band is also […]
Hurricane Henriette is due to reach mainland Mexico later today. Having weathered a few hurricanes and tropical storms in the Guaymas and San Carlos area, I do not envy what residents of the region may expect. The channeling effect of the Gulf basin can have far-reaching effects with storm surge being experienced as far north […]