Scott Ellis 8:30 a.m., May 24
In the town of Campo, springs and creeks trickle south across the border and join at Arroyo Tecate. The Tecate and the Cottonwood form a stream that, once it reaches the outskirts of Tijuana, changes names to Rio Alamar.
Posted September 4, 2012
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Drug cartel violence in Tijuana, smuggling cheese, channelization of Rio Alamar, wisdom of SENTRI passes, Spanish slang seen from TJ
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