Mauro Mejia, 63, of Nayarit, Mexico, peers through the fence from La Plaza de Faro, at the beach in Tijuana, to visit with his son Ricardo Mejia, 44, right, of Riverside, who he has not seen for 25 years, along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Baja Calif. Every Saturday and Sunday, U.S. Border Patrol opens the secondary fence from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. allowing family and friends to visit from Border Field State Park.
Mauro Mejia, 63, of Nayarit, Mexico, peers through the fence from La Plaza de Faro, at the beach in Tijuana, to visit with his son Ricardo Mejia, 44, right, of Riverside, who he has not seen for 25 years, along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Baja Calif. Every Saturday and Sunday, U.S. Border Patrol opens the secondary fence from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. allowing family and friends to visit from Border Field State Park. Gary Coronado Los Angeles Times
Mauro Mejia, 63, of Nayarit, Mexico, peers through the fence from La Plaza de Faro, at the beach in Tijuana, to visit with his son Ricardo Mejia, 44, right, of Riverside, who he has not seen for 25 years, along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Baja Calif. Every Saturday and Sunday, U.S. Border Patrol opens the secondary fence from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. allowing family and friends to visit from Border Field State Park. Gary Coronado Los Angeles Times

Where the border fence meets the sea, a strange beach scene contrasts U.S., Mexico

September 04, 2017 6:50 AM

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