For some, Baja is an open expanse of wilderness, ripe for surf exploration and wild camping. For others it is a dusty peninsula, seen through an alcohol induced mist, with a few waves thrown in between the beers.
Episode 2 of the Here Today, Gone Tomorrow mini series follows 2002 San Miguel WQS Champion, Matt King, after he is left is abandoned by his travel companion, Chris Ward. With no wallet and a broken heart, Matt links up with Mason Ho and crew for more Baja misadventure.
The band playing at the party is Tunnel Vision from San Clemente.
Made by Joe Alani & Daniel Shea
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