The rest of the team left RVCC in a set of vans on Saturday, headed to SeaTac. After a very minor hangup with ticketing, in which some last names were swapped with first names, we were on our way. TSA went well. The flight was short, a good number of us slept like babies, including Jim, who got a row of seats all to himself infront of the emergency exit. We were quickly offloaded from the plane and then proceeded to wait for our vans. As soon as we were ready to go we left Long Beach on route for San Diego. When we arrived in San Diego, we were all broken into small groups and went in to the Costco, tasked with the mission to find the food and supplies for the trip. We stocked up for the week, our purchases included a shopping cart full of hot dog buns, over 420 hot dogs, 4 cases of chips, and a ton of lunch meat. After an exceedingly long wait to have every item on our receipt verified, we headed down to the border. Crossing the border went off without a hitch and we were soon on the path to Ensenada. Right on the outskirts of downtown Ensenada we stopped at Tacos Poblano, for our first REAL Mexican food. It was rustic, it was simple, it was awesome! There was a candy store next door, and our first mexican candy was alternatively super sweet (dulce de leche balls) and spicy (chili tamarind mangos). After leaving Ensenada, it was a straight drive nonstop to San Vicente. We arrived 9:30pm and met up with the advance team (which was also at a taco stand). It was a happy reunion, with plenty of hugs. When we finally arrived, everyone was ready for some well deserved sleep.