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Returning To Normal - With this issue, the Baja Western Onion will begin to resume its regular publishing format. But we'll wait to hear from our advertisers that you're ready to reopen for business before resuming your ads. Please let us know by dropping a line to Advertising [- at -] BajaWesternOnion.com. Thanks to everyone for doing whatever you can to help our fellow neighbors and friends during this crisis. ☞ Alan and Debra, The Baja Western Little Onion

(09/20/14) From Palapa Society of Todos Santos, A.C. - The small town of Todos Santos, situated in Baja California Sur took a direct hit from category 4 Hurrican Odile on Sunday, Sept 14th, 2014. The devastation is huge leaving no services of power or water. The markets from our small town have been depleted of supplies, many homes have been levelled, and people are struggling to survive. Still this small pueblo shows the true heart of the people of Baja with their spirit of endurance and community cooperation. Please go here to make a donation: http://www.gofundme.com/eskrns.

The Palapa Society of Todos Santos AC (http://palapasociety.org) is so grateful to be able to help so many of our local towns people recover from Hurricane Odile. With your contributions we will help to feed, clothe and rebuild the homes and lives of our people in this beautiful Pueblo Mágico. There are so many who have lost so much but have survived this disaster with hope and dignity. Together Todos Santos Is Strong and will persevere.

This relief effort will become a reality thanks to Your Contribution. Contributions can be made here: http://www.gofundme.com/eskrns. https://www.facebook.com/palapasociety.org Continue Reading >> ☞ Palapa Society of Todos Santos, A.C.

(09/20/14) Looking For Miriam From Pescadero - Has anyone had contact with Miriam Sanchez behind the Pemex in Pescadero. Let here know that Andrei and Robin are trying to reach her, 202-674-1287 US (email: atbanks [- at -] mwbarchitects.com) or contact Avi 530-710-0451 US. ☞ Robin Givens, atbanks [- at -] mwbarchitects.com, 202-674-1287, United States

Mary Moon Has Been Found - Good News!!! My friend Mary Moon was able to ring her sister in Vermont this morning. She said phone service is still a bit sketchy and same with her email, so the message was passed on to me by her sister.

Mary said her house made it through the storm intact, her horse, Polomo, the dogs, cats, the chicken, the whole lot made it through the ordeal. Apparently her van is still in one piece as Bonnie said, "Mary is busy packing the van." She needs to find a good home for the horse before leaving for the U.S.

I want to thank You for getting back to me right away and all the good leads You gave to me. Glad I have good news on the subject to share with You. Hope You are doing well with all that has happened and things return to normal soon. ☞ Eamon McDonald, Fortuna, Calif. U.S.A.

Baja California Sur Evacuation Operations and Commercial Flight Status September 22, 2014, 4:00 PM - Mexico City, September 22, 2014 – Evacuation operations from the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur will conclude in the next few days. U.S. consular officials will continue to assist U.S. citizens in need, but operations will be limited. U.S. citizens needing emergency assistance should contact the U.S. State Department or the U.S. Consulate General in Tijuana as indicated below. The consular agency in Los Cabos is damaged and is currently not open for service.

Officials at Los Cabos airport report that commercial flight operations will be suspended until approximately October 8 to give priority to humanitarian and reconstruction efforts. Anyone considering departing from the area should travel to the airport in La Paz. The situation in the area remains fluid; therefore Mission Mexico advises the public to continue to visit Embassy Mexico's website, (http://mexico.usembassy.gov/), for future updates.

The road between Los Cabos and La Paz is open, and fuel is available, but cash is required for purchases and ATM machines are not working. U.S. citizens are strongly discouraged from taking Highway One north from La Paz to Tijuana for the time-being; although the road is technically open, numerous wash-outs, a gasoline shortage, and other obstacles make the journey on this highway dangerous and arduous.

Flights are leaving from the La Paz airport and additional flights are being added as demand rises. Local infrastructure in La Paz, including roads and restaurants, is in good condition, and credit card and ATM facilities are returning to normal operations. Because of the functioning infrastructure and good flight options in La Paz, U.S. citizens in La Paz should remain there and not travel to Los Cabos.

U.S. citizens wishing to provide charitable assistance to victims in Baja California Sur should note that complicated customs and clearance requirements govern such assistance if originating abroad. The most efficient way to provide assistance and disaster relief is through cash contributions to the charity of your choice, earmarked for Hurricane Odile disaster relief.

The safety and security of U.S. citizens overseas is a top priority of the Department of State and the U.S. Embassy. U.S. citizens requiring assistance can visit https://tfa.state.gov/ccd, selecting "2014 Hurricane Odile," and providing as much information as possible. Phone 1-888-407-4747 (From the United States and Canada), +1-202-501-4444 (From all other countries), or email OdileEmergencyUSC [- at -] state.gov for additional information.

Contact the U.S. embassy or consulate for up-to-date information on travel restrictions. You can also call 1-888-407-4747 toll-free in the United States and Canada or 1-202-501-4444 from other countries. These numbers are available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except U.S. federal holidays). Follow us on Twitter [http://twitter.com/#%21/travelgov] and Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/travelgov] to have travel information at your fingertips.

The U.S. Consulate in Tijuana is located at Paseo de Las Culturas y Camino al Aeropuerto, Mesa de Otay, Delegación Centenario, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 22425, and is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., telephone (664) 977-2000. If you are a U.S. citizen in need of urgent assistance, the emergency number for the U.S. Embassy/Consulate is (619) 692-2154 (dialing from the U.S. 011-52 + phone number); E-mail: ACSTijuana [- at -] state.gov.

Operaciones de Evacuación de Baja California Sur y Estatus de Vuelos Comerciales 22 de Septiembre de 2014, 4:00 PM - México, D.F., a 22 de septiembre de 2014 – Las operaciones de evacuación del área de Los Cabos de Baja California Sur concluirán en los siguientes días. Funcionarios consulares de los Estados Unidos continuarán ayudando a los ciudadanos estadounidenses que tengan necesidad, pero las operaciones serán limitadas. Los ciudadanos estadounidenses que necesiten apoyo de emergencia deberán contactar al Consulado General de Tijuana como se indica abajo. La Agencia Consular en Los Cabos sufrió daños y no está en operación.

Los oficiales en el aeropuerto de Los Cabos reportan que las operaciones de vuelos comerciales se suspenderán hasta alrededor del 8 de octubre para dar prioridad a los esfuerzos humanitarios y de reconstrucción. Cualquier persona que considere abandonar el área deberá viajar al aeropuerto en La Paz. La situación en el área permanece cambiante; por ende, la Misión Diplomática de los Estados Unidos en México sugiere al público que continúe visitando la página de la Embajada en México http://mexico.usembassy.gov para futuras actualizaciones.

La carretera entre Los Cabos y La Paz está abierta y hay combustible disponible. Pero se requiere de efectivo para hacer compras y los cajeros automáticos no están funcionando.

Por el momento se desanima enfáticamente a los ciudadanos estadounidenses de tomar la Carretera Uno rumbo al norte desde La Paz hasta Tijuana; aunque la carretera está abierta técnicamente, existen numerosos segmentos arrastrados por el agua, hay escasez de gasolina, y otros obstáculos hacen que el viaje por tierra sea peligroso y arduo.

Hay vuelos que están partiendo del aeropuerto de La Paz y se están abriendo vuelos adicionales conforme a la demanda. La infraestructura local en La Paz, incluyendo caminos y restaurantes, está en buenas condiciones, y las instalaciones de cajeros automáticos y el uso de tarjetas de crédito están regresando a la normalidad. Debido a la infraestructura funcional y a buenas opciones de vuelo desde La Paz, ciudadanos estadounidenses en esa ciudad deberán permanecer allí y no viajar hacia Los Cabos.

Los estadounidenses que deseen ofrecer asistencia caritativa a las víctimas en Baja California Sur deben tomar en cuenta que normas aduanales y requisitos de autorización complicados rigen tal asistencia si proviene del extranjero. La manera más eficiente de ofrecer ayuda en caso de desastre es mediante donativos en efectivo a la caridad de su preferencia, indicando que es para los damnificados del huracán Odile.

La seguridad de los ciudadanos estadounidenses en el exterior es prioridad para el Departamento de Estado y la Embajada de Estados Unidos en México. Los ciudadanos estadounidenses que requieran ayuda pueden visitar https://tfa.state.gov/ccd seleccionando "2014 Hurricane Odile", y proporcionando la mayor información posible sobre su situación. Pueden llamar al teléfono 1-888-407-4747 (Desde Estados Unidos y Canadá), al +1-202-501-4444 (De cualquier otra parte del mundo), o mandar un correo electónico a OdileEmergencyUSC [- at -] state.gov para información adicional.

Comuníquese con la embajada o consulado de E.U. para obtener información al día sobre restricciones de viaje. También puede llamar al 1-888-407-4747 libre de costo en los Estados Unidos y Canadá, o al 001-202-501-4444 desde México. Estos números están activos de las 8:00 a.m. a las 8:00 p.m., tiempo del este de E.U., de lunes a viernes (excepto los días de asueto federal en E.U.). Síganos en Twitter [http://twitter.com/#%21/travelgov] y Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/travelgov] para tener información de viaje al alcance de la mano.

El Consulado de E.U. en Tijuana se localiza en Paseo de Las Culturas y Camino al Aeropuerto, Mesa de Otay, Delegación Centenario, Tijuana, Baja California, México 22425, atiende al público de 7:30 a.m. a 4 p.m., teléfono (664) 977-2000. Si Ud. es un(a) ciudadano(a) que necesita asistencia urgente, el número de emergencia del Consulado es (619) 692-2154 (si está en los E.U., marque 011-52 + el número telefónico); E-mail: ACSTijuana [- at -] state.gov.

Pecadero Hurricane Relief Fund - Hi my name is Justin Lindholm, you might know me from the movie theater, Cine Bajo Estrellas in Pescadero. I've started a hurricane relief fund for native residents of Pescadero. I have heard many reports that some people have lost everything around there. Please help us raise money for a great cause. http://www.gofundme.com/ej76xg ☞ Justin Lindholm, chubbsurf67 [- at -] yahoo.com, : http://www.gofundme.com/ej76xg, 858 754 6111, Pescadero

I Can Help Restore Your Satellite TV and Internet Services - If you need service For Your Dish TV, Shaw Direct, Or Hughesnet Internet System I can help you. Whether you need new parts, a new dish or cables, or just a repointing to get you back online or restore your service, call me at 612 104 2000 or send an Email to showmethetruth [- at -] hotmail.es.

I am local, and I provide service for new installations and repairs for the entire Los Cabos region at reasonable rates. - Ernesto Pardo, Todos Santos Technologies, showmethetruth [- at -] hotmail.es, 612 104 2000, Todos Santos

Together We Are Strong! - During the past week and a half, I have been extraordinarily impressed as well as emotionally moved by the people of Todos Santos, both Mexican and extranjero. At the September 12th Town Plaza Rally, while exhibiting perseverance, caring and fortitude---hundreds---maybe even thousands---peacefully met, listened and signed petitions against the future life-threatening effects of the Los Cardones Mine project. Three days later, the people again were tested. Helping themselves, neighbors and strangers, Todos Santos residents immediately began the heart breaking clean-up necessitated by Hurricane Odile’s overnight ripping apart of homes, businesses, park, schools and stadium.

I personally have spoken with numerous people and have heard of NO looting, etc. in Todos Santos. And... although there may have been a few isolated incidents whereby individuals have taken advantage of this very difficult time, criminal acts and wide-spread crime definitely ARE NOT representative of our beloved pueblo‘s populace .

In fact, I now see unbelievable progress everywhere I look. Everyone--- residents, our Delegado, the federal government, the CFE crews, the military and the police--deserves a huge round of applause for rising up and meeting the challenges created by two potentially life-changing events. Thankfully, the spirit that is Todos Santos lives because: Together We Are Strong!---Vickie Butler, Vice Pres, ACTS (Asociacion de Colonias de Todos Santos)
☞ , vandhbutler [- at -] gmail.com, Todos Santos

From The Gringo Gazette, September 22, 2014, Baja Recovering Rapidly: -
  • Wallmart and Sam's Club are open again.
  • The Army has restored order, sending about 7,000 soldiers to us. There are guards at every corner downtown Cabo and at all banks, and helicopters in the air. the curfew has been lifted.
  • Some gas stations are open, and those have short lines, with soldiers standing by them Most, but not all banks are closed, as they have suffered window damage and do not have reliable computer connections the power is being restored way quicker than was predicted, but much of the power that is available is shaky, coming and going, as does cell service and internet. Texting is working better than email.
  • There is enough food, as the government flew in emergency supplies and is handing it out in the barrios. the Americans have the resources to drive to La Paz for their food, which is well stocked.
  • La Paz men are driving down looking for work cleaning up and repairing. There is plenty of that for them. The Hotel Ass. is estimating $1 billion in repairs, but that seems high. Its mostly glass blown out and on the lower floors some flooding. Well, their furniture wasn?t real happy about the wind and rain whooshing in.
  • Most of the Cabo marina came thru OK. When the storm was approaching, the flow of fuel to the underwater tanks was cut off and the lines drained. No word on the SJ marina but no doubt they took the same precautions.
  • Some businesses in Cabo have re opened, such as Captain Tony?s and Baja Cantina. Tanga Tanga is still mopping up, so the town drunks are going to have to come up with a plan B.
  • If any other businesses would like to report in, that they are open for business, we will get the word out. The road from San Diego is open, but wet and broken in some places.
  • The Gringo Gazette is printed in San Diego, and miraculously we went to press on time. The bigger miracle is the papers made it down the peninsula over the weekend and they are being distributed on Monday, today, right on time. Sometimes we even amaze ourselves.
  • Look for the GG in the racks today. Whoops! All our racks have blown away. Well, look around, we?ll leave them out somewhere for you. You may also see the paper online at www.gringogazette.com. We have put all the storm reports in front of the pay wall so you can see them for free. But honestly, would it kill you to pay a buck to get into our site anyway? Our entire team has busted our asses to keep you as informed as possible, and to try to counter balance the misinformation rampant on social media.
Let's all congratulate ourselves for coming through some tough times, and we at the GG look forward to all of us pulling together in the coming weeks, and even months as we get back to normal. Well, we will get back to Cabo normal. ☞ The Gringo Gazette, www.gringogazette.com/

Hurricane Relief / Roof Repair Project In Todos Santos - If you have lost your roof or know of a family who has lost their roof please contact us at the email below. We are working with Todos Santos Palaperos to rebuild the most severely damaged homes as quickly as possible. U.S. tax deductible donations can be made through the Ocean Fundation's Friends of Tortugueros Las Playitas at oceanfdn.org/donate?friend=Tortugueros-Las-Playitas. Donations can also be made through paypal at todostortugueros.org/hurricane_odile_disaster_relief_todos_santos.html

You can designate your donation to a specific family, neighborhood or to the general fund. We are concentrating on homes withr the greatest need ☞ Tortugueros Las Playitas A.c., tortugueroslasplayitas [- at -] gmail.com, http://www.todostortugueros.org/hurricane_odile_disaster_relief_todos_santos.html, 612.177.8393 or 145.0353, Todos Santos

Expert Local Electrician Available - Expert electrician specializing in domestic and commercial electrical services. Excellent air conditioning services including: installation, maintenance, reparations and sales. Work is guaranteed. Eight years of experience with recommendations from Mitsubishi Electric San Jose del Cabo. I am Luis Martinez Arroyo and live in Todos Santos now. I look forward to working with you. ☞ 612 14 50183 cell 612 11 19472 luismtzarroyo [- at -] yahoo.com

Storm Photos And Appreciation - I posted some pictures on my instagram page here: http://instagram.com/mishka_hearts. I'm really proud of Todos Santos. We live downtown and we and our neighbors were all sharing resources, food, water, gas. We had a car charger and were charging people's phones so they could stay in contact. I've seen nothing but neighbors helping other neighbors clear their yards, cut down trees, truck out garbage.

My daughter's 6th birthday was September 16th. Fortunately I had purchased a store box cake the day of the storm and made her a little cake. she had no presents or balloons - we had piñatas but no candies so she couldn't have those either. The neighbors helped her sing happy birthday, blow out her candles, ate the cake, then we went down to the Alberque to see if there were any dispensas. The next day, one of her little girlfriends came by and, I have no idea where she found something, as everything was still closed, brought Ocean (my daughter) a birthday present. That is the most precious birthday present I have ever seen.

I'm also proud of the neighbors for telling [President] Pena Nieto, when he was here, that they don't want the mines - made me laugh. Here we are hurting for water, electricity, gas but they had presence of mind to realize that, after the storm, we still had other issues and here was an opportunity and, come hell or high water, they were going to take advantage of it. They also told him that we don't need a baseball stadium - what we need is a hospital. haha. Got to love Todos Santos! We rock! Warmest regards, ☞ Mishka

Donate To Help Rebuild Pescadero and Elias Calles - The hurricane that hit Baja has left many of our neighbors homeless. The solid spirits of those on the ground in Baja have organized at Baja Beans to support one another and they are asking for help of two kinds.
  1. Cash donations to cover food, basic supplies, and roofing materials. 100% of proceeds will support the people of ElPescadero and Elias Calles who are without resources.

  2. Make plans to visit Baja soon. Many establishments will be up and operating by November 1st, and tourism is a primary economic focus of our area. Some places may not be the same as before, but by most accounts, Baja is coming back even stronger. There is tremendous collaboration in our neighborhoods, and people need work and tourism to support their comeback and rebuild their lives.
To that end, Baja Beach Oasis is offering a season-long special at $99 per casita per night to encourage your booking a vacation, and there are many other great choices for places to stay. The turtles and whales are coming back, please join them and support the strong spirit of Baja.http://www.gofundme.com/evj66g ☞ Bobbi Mc

Saint Lukes Is Open - Saint Lukes Todos Santos is open again and working 24/7. laboratory and consultations from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for 150 pesos. And for emergencies call Hector at 624-191-4262 (English spoken). ☞ Hector Gonzalez, hector [- at -] saintlukesclinic.com, 612-145-0600, Todos Santos

Shut Up Franks Open - Food< Internet, NFL, Movie Night. Charging Station (we just got power). Full menu. Open 12-9. Community central. Monday Night Football. James's Movie Night Wed. 5pm. showing Boyhood, rated 8.7 IMDB (probable Best Picture winner for 2014). Dinner and a movie. How civilized. Lets celebrate our resilience as a community. Come let Carlos soothe your frayed nerves with a libation and a burger. ☞ Carlos 612-151-6762 merlo4u [- at -] earthlink.net

Ford F250 '02 Low Milege - For Sale Ford pick up F250 '02 low mileage. Mexican plates, "revista" paid 60,000 OBO ☞ Alejandro Ramirez, 612 149 2568, United States

Centro Cristiano Rehabilitacion De Todos Santos

Caretaking Position Wanted - Todos Santos/pescadero - Responsible married couple looking for car taking position. We are in Pescadero now. General contractor by trade and we have a vacation rental business in Loreto. Great references - can do work and supervise if your property needs repair due to hurricane damage. ☞ Dwight And Cambria Dotterer, cambria [- at -] madremedia.com, 619-324-8074, Todos Santos

Young Couple Looking For House Sitting - Young Couple Looking For House Sitting - Hi, we are Jimena and Santiago, we are looking for a place to house sit in todos santos during the winter, we are good with gardening and house repairs. We are opening a new business, so we are trying to minimize our expenses. You would make us very happy if we can look after your house and garden. ☞ Jimena Garcia, jigarcial [- at -] hotmail.com, 6121679159, Todos Santos

Serious Writers: Two Todos Writing Workshops! - Sign up now for Writing Down the Baja, February 22 – March 1 or Manuscript Lab, March 3-7, 2015, longest-running Todos Santos writers’ retreats focused on improving your craft, forwarding your career as a writer. Guided by award-winning author, poet and experienced writing instructor Ellen Waterston, intensive workshops include morning and evening writing workshops, one-on-one critique sessions, concluding public reading and reception for workshop participants, published anthology of participants’ writing. Limited to 15 participants. Lodging at Serendipity, a boutique hotel. Fee for February retreat $1,559; March retreat $1,349. Day students pay $500 for the week. Reservations, deposits due by November 3. ☞ Ellen Waterston, info [- at -] writingranch.com, http://www.writingranch.com, 541-480-3933, Todos Santos

Permanent Residence - Anyone have accurate information re: illegal to have a us plated car if you have permanent residence status? ☞ Gus, grasslandcattleco [- at -] gmail.com, Todos Santos

Land To Rent For Trailer - Looking for parcel to rent in Las Tuna to set up my 30' Airstream trailer home. Must have electric, water, septic. Could be part of larger parcel with home or casita. Pref long-term. Great local references. ☞ , mgramunt [- at -] gmail.com

Local Mexican Needs Work - After the Hurricane hit I worked with Juan a local from Todos Santos not only did he work hard everyday cleaning up the mess around where we lived he also told me the history of our town. Juan has a truck he can almost any type of work so give him a call, he speaks only Spanish his cell is 612-143-5755, if you wish to call me to speak English you can. ☞ Al, lowerbaja [- at -] yahoo.com, 612-161-4728, Todos Santos

Dharma Talks With Robert K. Hall - Dharma Talks and guided meditation with Robert K Hall will resume in Todos Santos at the new temporary location. We thought this Sunday (September 28th) 10-11:30 a.m. might be a good time for the community to sit together and reflect on the aftermath of Hurricane Odile. The dharma talks will be hosted at the Plaza Antigua Building (next door to Coldwell Banker Riveras' Office), located on the corner of Calle Juarez and Topete. A special thank you to Doug, Bonny and Alexis Burns for providing the space free of charge. Any donations collected will go toward Todos Santos hurricane relief efforts. As usual, the talks will be recorded and posted on the blog site. Join us for our 13th season and we look forward to seeing you in Todos Santos. ☞ Alvaro Colindres, eldharma [- at -] mac.com, http://roberthalldharmatalks.wordpress.com, Todos Santos

New Loreto and Mulege Satellite TV, Internet and Cell Phone Booster Services - NEW! Now offering Cell Phone Boosters! If you're tired of dropped calls, I can help. Through a special partnership with El Dorado Networks in the US, we will begin offering Cell Booster Technology that works with TelCel, Nortel and Movistar.

Also offering quality installation and repair services for Dish Network, Shaw Direct Satellite TV, HughesNet and commercial V-Sat Internet systems, wired and wireless home networks, VoIP telephony, home theater and structured cabling.

I'm based in Loreto, but willing to travel to remote locations. Fully bilingual, with references available upon request. Contact Jose Antonio Davila. Mx cell: 613 111 9779. US # 619 534 6401, Email: josedavilav [- at -] gmail.com, Loreto

Missing Golden Retriever Puppy - Max is missing. He was last seen in the early afternoon of 9/18/14 in the Las Tunas area. He is 5 1/2 months old, big for his age at 45 - 50 lbs. If found, please contact Bruce or Dina Kramer. Reward offered. ☞ Bruce Kramer, bajabk [- at -] yahoo.com, 612-127-3642 cell, Todos Santos

Looking For Internet In Todos Santos - I desperately need to find an internet connection in Todos Santos. I'm willing to pay for it. Seems like only my US cell phone number is working to contact 303 618 6307. US 612 178 0096. MX land ☞ Tom Carroll, nancyserfas [- at -] aol.com, 303 618 6307

Pachamama Open For Business - Pachamama Mexico has 7 tepees with full shower, clean and dry beds, running water and electricity at scheduled hours during the day, a clean pool, a self serve kitchen with a stove and all utencils (fridge & some apliances not working)... Call me if you need a decent place to stay while your place goes back to normal... 612 183 2676 Anabel Muñoz ☞ Anabel Muñoz, anabel [- at -] pachamamamexico.com, www.pachamamamexico.com, 6121832676, Todos Santos

Have A House On The East Cape For Rent? - We are looking to spend a few days over on the east cape (preferably Los Barilles but we are somewhat flexible on the exact location) from Dec 26th-Dec 30th, 2014 and need a place to stay. We can pay or if you'd consider a house swap, we have a large and beautiful new home on San Pedrito. ☞ Whitney Schatz, daydreamingsheep [- at -] gmail.com

Road Reports - Please send road reports and photos or links to pages and we'll publish them as space allows. Reports and links to pages can be submitted through the Baja Western Onion web site at bajawesternonion.com/submitad.asp (use the Additional Comments section if you need more room). Photos or links to pages can be submitted directly to Moderator [- at -] BajaWesternOnion.com. We'll republish as soon as possible. Stay Safe, everyone. ☞ The Baja Western Little Onion

Local Services Directory  Return to Top
Computer Repairs - Josue Castillo; Parts, service, cleaning, anti-virus, home and office wired and wireless networking, satellite TV and Internet. - 612 143 1508, jocama85 [- at -] hotmail.com, Pescadero and Todos Santos

Construction Innovations - New Energy Saving Block - R-30, acoustically efficient, fire, pest, hurricane proof. Low introductory pricing. See work in progress. - Jeff Welch, efblockpacific [- at -] gmail.com, 612-178 -0109; cell 612-117-3353
Construction, Remodel & Repair - Quality, reliability, creativity and integrity at a reasonable cost. Great local references. Email or call (612)1577566, (612)1575823 or (612)1404537. ☞ Juan Hernandez, hernandezconstructor [- at -] hotmail.com, (612)1577566, Pescadero (08/08/14)
Home Services - Window Cleaning - Fast, clean and reliable window an screen cleaning. professional with over 15 yrs exp. reasonable rates. Free estimates. 612 117 3437 ☞ Mrkim, mrkim101 [- at -] hotmail.com, 612 117 3437
Property Rental - Federal Zone To Rent - Cerritos Beach - Help us build a community of services and vendors. Tell us how much area you need pho.to/4bHDU. ☞ Los Cerritos Corp, fedzone [- at -] live.com, Pescadero Satellite TV/Water Systems - Todos Santos Technologies - Water System Installation, Tinaco cleaning, Satellite TV system installs and repairs. ☞ Humberto Pardo, 612-104-2000, showmethetruth [- at -] hotmail.es, Todos Santos.
Towing And Transport Services - Baja Wheeling S.A. de C.V. Legal, professional transport serving Canada, US and Mexico. For quotes, call 011-52-1-612-152-6065, email us at bajawheeling [- at -] gmail.com, or visit our website bajawheeling.com.
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Kramer Construction - Specialisizing in red brick and adobe construction. Build with the best green insulation availabe for our southern baja climate. - Bruce Kramer, bkmasonry [- at -] yahoo.com, 612-348-9363, Todos Santos

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