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 Posted: Thu Nov 8th, 2018 12:39 pm
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A word about violence... The State Department is tasked with advising US citizens about dangers traveling to foreign countries. It is not their job to comment on danger within the US. Violence happens everywhere. With some simple common sense behavior you will have a pleasant time in San Carlos. Get out on the water, a sunset cruise or a fishing charter and see the incredible beauty of the coastline here.

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Today I returned from Nogales and there was a dead cow beside the road a few miles south of Santa Ana so they do get on the road in spite of what some suggest.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 24th, 2018 01:48 am
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Over the years, these animals have mostly all learned to forage and eat at night especially in hotter months. Larger animals in my opinion more than smaller. They can expend more energy and water than they can take in and they learn fast to come out and eat at night. Another deadly circumstance is the lack of any tail lights, warning lights, reflective disc or tape or reflectors on broken down and stalled vehicles. There are many slow moving cars and trucks that you come up on quickly without seeing. Just my opinion from living here and driving for some years. Don't drive at night if you don't need to. Ron

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