(NELVIN C. CEPEDA / Union-Tribune
José Arias Martínez, 75, has lived more than half his life in a small wooden house near the border. During times of greater smuggling activity, he would sell carnitas in the hills.)
I was forwarded the below article by Tony Puente, a fellow BARFer, about the border. Goes to show that even after 30 years some things do not change.
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