It's A Small World After All
Rancho De La Osa, which De La Osa history dates to the 1700s, is selling for $4.25 million. The ranch comes with 19 rooms, an adobe cantina, a small cemetery and sprawling acreage.I know I have mentioned on occasion that MJ and I worked on a guest ranch on the border? This is it!
Ranch manager Richard Saler confirmed the Border Patrol has visited the property but declined to discuss a potential sale.
Border Patrol spokesman Gustavo Soto said the property is one of several sites being considered for another station for the agency. He wouldn't discuss the others but said the bustle of illegal border crossers in the area has heightened the need for Tucson agents to be closer to the border.
Oh, and as to the "bustle of illegal border crossers?" Yep, we saw it first hand, it was shocking. In fact this area comes up constantly in illegal reporting. It's also right down the road from Aravaca which is another area consistently mentioned by the MSM.
How wierd is that?
Oh, and let's just say that I'm not surprised that it's up for sale!
H/T beyond borders blog
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