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We note, however, that you probably know a similar spot which we hope is just as sweet. To us the concept of Deadmans is as important as the break itself. So over the years, the essence of Deadmans has become that place that we each should know where nature is really still in charge and where the charm is from the wilderness and not a combination hot tub/bar built on the beach.
Our angst results from man's encroachment on the original Deadmans. That is our private worry, but we encourage everyone to fight for their Deadmans and Keep it wild.
Below the slopes of a desolate mesa in Baja California is a stretch of deserted sand and a point. Flinty waves march from a chill sea to hammer the beach. The waves peak a little steeper, push a little harder, and crush a little louder than elsewhere. It's called Deadmans and those that challenge it know the reason for its name. Our art acknowledges those who have entered the water and never left it.
Of course, true to our creed, there is no way in heck that we are going to tell you where Deadmans is. Suffice to say that it's hard to get to (across private land), it's never crowded, there's no trash on the beach, and it may be the most sublime place on Earth. When the sun is out, which is often, you never want to leave. At night you see nothing but stars (unless it's red tide, and that's its own show).