The beautiful fall weather brings illegals across in hordes, accompanied by the constant drone of border patrol helicopters over my neighborhood, back and forth, up and down. Every day we read of kidnappings and gruesome murders such as beheadings right over the border near here. Anarchy. The Mexican president blames us, because we buy drugs in America.
The white women dressed in black holding signs condemning racism are out in force in Old Bisbee. They stand in groups on streetcorners in the safe haven of Old Bisbee without a clue among them.
I was raised to be patriotic, which people make fun of now. But I’d like to know how concern for one’s country translates to “having hatred in my soul.” If anyone knows, please tell me.
Driving home from work the other day, around 6 pm, had to pull over and snap this sunset. It's reflected also onto the roof of my car. Stupid Arizona sunsets!
Signs around Old Bisbee. If you don't agree with them, you're a racist. "Racist" is my most hated word of the year, aggressively promoted by the culture police.
Here's a bumper sticker you see around town here. I do not think we live in the same world.
The Hillary car
And now for something entirely sweet, this outdoor cat is being cared for by a customer. Look at this adorable set up---he's got steady chow and the command of his own quirky front porch.
Here he is in his cozy bed.
I think this is a beavertail cactus, Opuntia basilaris, a type of prickly pear
A house on Tombstone Canyon in Old Bisbee
Josephine, an eccentric old lady seen around town. If we see her hitchhiking we always give her a ride.
Here' s a portrait of Josephine's wonderful old face. She posed for me, and I gave her some money.