|Author: Syd Lindsay|
|"Peaches and The Sea of Cortez" is the story (from the dog's point of view) of the history of the Baja Peninsula, the transportation of her breed of dog in the 1890's from France to Santa Rosalia by ship, her birth and struggle for survival, and her rescue by American campers in San Lucas Cove.|
She tells of the many kind people who sheltered her and of the special man who adopted her. In their years together, Peaches and Syd developed a relationship that was a true bond. Her tale gives insights into "The Baja Life." It is also a tale of Syd's search for life, love, and companionship.
Peaches' story begins in the late 1890's when her ancestors arrived in the thriving, French influenced, copper mining town of Santa Rosalia. She traces the development of the area to the present time. She tells of life as an abandoned animal and how she became "The Luckiest Dog in Baja."