I’ve been to San Felipe twice, once with the kids in the mid ’90s and three or four years before that. One of the tourist attractions is the banana boat rides — inflatable, banana-shaped tubes hauled by a motorboat across the Sea of Cortez. It cost $20 back in the Clinton era. A couple of friends and I were on the back of one, and moving at a good clip — 25 or 30 mph. Then the motorboat driver made a too-sharp turn to the right, and in a flash we all got dumped. Less than a second. 27 or 28 years and I’ve never forgotten this. Ditto the tasty but inexpensive fish tacos they sell on San Felipe’s main drag near the beach.