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I lived in Tucson, AZ. from about 2002 till 2010. I belonged to two different gold prospecting clubs with a combined total of over 100 gold claims in the desert south of Tucson. I have seen many of the 4ft. x 8 ft. signs placed by the BLM in the desert. They warn travelers that they are entering an “active drug and human smuggling area” and they may encounter “armed criminals and smuggling vehicles traveling at high rates of speed.”

On one of our outings I took the photo below. I think the Mexican rancher probably put up the gate & fence. It didn't look like anything the federal government could come up with. We were parked (about 10 people in 3-4 vehicle) on the border road about 20 miles east of Nogales. Along came a Border Patrol vehicle and after politley enquiring about our business they warned us it wasn't safe to stay overnight (we didn't intend to) as this particular spot was a VERY HIGH TRAFFIC area at night!

 

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Created: September 26th, 2013     Last Updated: February 16th, 2017

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