After a windy night at Ojo de Liebre, we drove back to Guerrero Negro to do laundry and stock up on groceries before moving on. Unfortunately, we ended up staying an extra night at an RV park behind a restaurant in town due to an accidental bear spray discharge incident (note to anyone carrying bear spray: keep an eye on the plastic safety clip every once in a while, if it comes off and you inadvertently bump the trigger, it's not a pleasant experience for anyone in the car. That said, we can now confidently say bear spray would be a great form of self defense).
A day later than planned, we set off for San Ignacio, an unexpected palm oasis in the middle of the peninsula. We'd heard about the cave paintings in this area, so we checked out the town square and asked about getting permits to take a tour of Cueva del Ratón, near San Francisco de la Sierra. The next day, we drove an hour up into the mountains and met our guide (most cave painting sites require permits and guides), who showed us around the incredible area.
Our campsite in San Ignacio was so relaxing that we ended up sticking around a few days longer than expected, reading, fishing, swimming, and lounging in hammocks under the palms next to the river.