With the weather warming up, and a my new Terra 650 screaming to be used, Bullitman281 and I set forth on our newest trip. Two years ago we did the Border Road 100 and traversed 100+ miles of the border along New Mexico's southern edge. This year we decided to push the limits and see how far we could go. Setting our starting point as El Paso, TX and seeing how far west we could go using the US/Mexico border as a road, we had our sites set on San Diego, CA: Many people don't realize that the US/MX is actually public property set in place by President Roosevelt in 1907, commonly referred to as the 'Roosevelt Reservation'. This 60' strip is declared to be open to the public for transportation and 'no other purpose'. We'll see about that. With our camping gear, extra fuel, food, his DR650 and my Terra 650 and not much more than some print outs from Google maps, we set out. From starting out the first night like this: To sparse open country like this: It turned out to be one hell of a trip.