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Cabo San Lucas Views 1989 to 1995

Aerial and scenic views of Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, from 1989 to 1995.

 

View from Solmar Mountain 1990s

View from Solmar Mountain 1990s

Photo from the top of Solmar mountain of a group including LuLu Jacobsen Back in the 1990’s when Cabo San Lucas was virtually unknown to the masses.  Edith Jimenez, owner, of the “Office” on Medano Beach on the right, Bill and Tamara and her sister and Mike Grzanich, owner of Lattitude 22, climbing up to the sacrament at the very top. I’m thinking this is now closed off. Those were the best days.

View Cabo San Lucas from the top of Solmar Mountain 1990's

Photo and text courtesy Mike Grzanich (Lattitude 22+)

Cabo San Lucas Father Of Sportfishing

Cabo San Lucas Father Of Sportfishing

Don Luis Bulnes Molleda

By Gary Graham – Mar 16, 2017

Excerpt below courtesy Gary Graham
www.bdoutdoors.com/cabo-san-lucas-father-of-sportfishing/

Standing in the midst of the thriving IGY Marina, shrouded in darkness as small pangas dart to and fro crossing the wakes of both modest sportfishers and mega yachts heading out for the day’s fishing in the fertile waters surrounding Baja’s tip, it’s difficult to imagine that in 1955 Cabo San Lucas was a “Cannery Town” — population about 100.

Cabo San Lucas Marina and Breathless Resort 2017
Cabo San Lucas Marina and Breathless Resort 2017. Photo Tyson

That was the year Don Luis Bulnes Molleda and his wife Conchita accepted the assignment and transferred to Cabo from Ensenada to assume the operation of the Empresas Panado tuna cannery, the only tuna cannery throughout Latin America.

Born on August 25, 1928 in Llivia, a village on the coast of Spain, Bulnes immigrated to Mexico City on June 5, 1948 for a job as a warehouse helper working with Myrurgia Perfumes and Colognes, a subsidiary of Pando. Although he found the metropolitan city exciting, it was also overwhelming.

Excerpt above courtesy: Gary Graham
Cabo San Lucas Father Of Sportfishing
By Gary Graham – Mar 16, 2017
www.bdoutdoors.com/cabo-san-lucas-father-of-sportfishing/