Less than an hour into our drive north of El Paso, we are routed onto a side lane approaching what looks like a toll booth with accompanying overhang. There are differences. On the way to the booth, I notice two banks of six security cameras each. Twelve cameras flanking the lane. How many cameras do we not see? This is an “Inspection Station,” a common sight here in New Mexico. El Paso is at the intersection of three states — Texas, New Mexico and Chihuahua — but most importantly at the moment, two countries. Concerning the other country, you may have heard something about immigration issues. Yeah. The Inspection Station is run by the United States Customs and Border Protection agency.