These two trucks parked right down the road from us one morning. Every day the Border Patrol goes back and forth on the main desert road away from us but this time they parked and unloaded their ATV's right by our camp.
They were gone for about six hours riding around in the desert and getting paid for it.
That sure beats working in an office building.
That would be a job I would have enjoyed except...I'd probably have to work up to that point by first putting in my time manning checkpoints on the highway and I wouldn't enjoy dealing with each and every car that came by day after day doing inspections. Plus I'd probably have to learn Spanish too.
A cast off water jug from someone who walked all this way from Mexico, about 35 to 40 miles at this point. I cannot imagine walking all that way through the desert. You can still see the rope they used to tie on another water jug and sling the two over their shoulder or a stick.