skip to Main Content
Wild Horses Socialize Across The Border

Wild Horses Socialize Across the Border

About two miles from the little-known crossroads town of Arivaca, Arizona – a collection of about a dozen buildings including a serviceable community pub, and a sandwich sign in the main macadam plaza announcing its progressive inclinations (“No Militia”) – the Sasabe Border Crossing is one of the least used across the entire line between the US and Mexico.

The standard rusting bollard fence now threaded with three layers of razor wire across the top runs two and half miles in each direction from the border station, then ends with three foot high road-block barriers, and then peters out to not much of anything.

Two wild horses enjoy each other’s company across the border here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *