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Monday, June 1, 2009

June 2009 Publishers Letter

June 2009 Publishers Letter

I like to think of all of us at Mexico Living as artists, maybe
not in the same sense as the artists we cover in our pages, but rather in process. Each month, we get to create something new from our ideas and passions, then we give it to the public to
determine the value and joy it will provide to each individually. It’s that process that make us like artists.

And as artists, this edition of Mexico Living is certainly one of my personal favorites; from Shark Diving on the Pacific side of Baja, to the plight of the Giant Totoaba in the northern Sea of Cortez, we go below the waves to bring you some of the most
adrenaline-pumping experiences available in the world and show you the Giant Mexican Fish that is nearing extension if something isn’t done.

Of course, Northwest Mexico is one of the best locations in the world for boating and fishing,
whether on your own or on a charter, and in this edition we’ll tell you everything you need to know to bring your own boat to Mexico, and we’ll be heading to Cabo San Lucas for some sport
fishing.

If that isn’t enough, we’re going in search of the
illusive hot springs in the mountains above San Felipe; we discuss you, Mexico and your IRA; and last but not least, in our ongoing effort to expand our audience and readers, we’ve added five more cities to the guide: Mulege, Loreto, La Paz, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas.

As Schumann once said, “To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts - such is the duty of the artist.” We couldn’t agree more and as artists we
hope to enlighten all to the wonders of northwest Mexico.

Enjoy!