La Frontera (The Border)

Notes

The old border fence still runs along the border, parallel to the new fence. The old fence is as rusty and dilapidated as described and Rolly probably could have fallen through. Now that the new fence is completed, though, there’s no chance he could get to the old fence.

Based on image by Bruce Fayman, Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

There are parts of San Diego County where one can observe the changes of Autumn, mostly in the mountains. Otherwise it’s very dry. Our annual precipitation is less than 12 inches. For the most part, rain only comes December to March. We’ve been dry a long time when Autumn rolls around. Our largest wildfires have occurred in late September and October, just when most of the United States is starting to chill. I considered throwing a large brush fire into the plot of BFB, but Rolly’s got enough things to worry about by now. I’ll save his wildfire encounter for a future adventure.

Based on image by Robert Drake, Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Based on image by Robert Drake, Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

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