article The following article originally appeared on the Lad Bible website: The first step to the border wall was to build a fence.
It was a daunting task, but that’s exactly what happened.
As a teenager in Texas, I lived and worked in two cities that were both on the border.
In San Antonio, the border was open.
In the city of New Orleans, it was shut down.
The two cities were separated by thousands of miles of desert.
But even though they were separated, they both had one thing in common: They were all built on a single border.
And it was a wall.
In those years, my father built a fence around his ranch to protect his cattle and chickens.
I lived in the city I grew up in, Texas, where the border has never been open, a state that has no laws protecting people from the government.
The idea of building a wall on the US-Mexico border, as President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have proposed, was unthinkable at the time.
Yet I was living in the middle of that country, and I saw the border as an extension of my life.
I grew to understand that my life was not the only thing that mattered.
My life mattered.
It mattered to me.
I was a part of the solution to this problem.
I have been here to see it through to the end.
Now, in my role as a historian of the border and the United States’ relationship with Mexico, I’ve become the author of a new book about how that wall came to be.
In a new collection called The Lads Bible, which was published by Random House on Wednesday, I chronicle my journey as a journalist covering the border fence, from the construction of the southern border fence to the construction and removal of the wall itself.
It’s the story of a group of American journalists who were living and working in the U.S.-Mexico border when it was constructed.
It began in the 1960s as a kind of unofficial project to document the lives of Americans in the border area.
A border guard would stop the car of a journalist, ask him to sign a document, and drive him to the Mexican side of the barrier.
If the border patrol could not reach the car, they would tell the journalist where he should go.
Then they would leave the journalist with a guide and a few words.
But that was the last of the formal documentation.
It had to be done in secret.
In other words, it had to remain hidden from the people who were supposed to know about it.
That’s when the border fences were first built.
The LADS Bible is about how the border fencing itself came to shape the American-Mexican relationship.
In it, I tell the story in two chapters.
In The Border: The Story of the Unexplained Border, the first chapter focuses on the creation of the fence itself.
The book begins with the border crossing at Tijuana in 1957, when the Mexican government, under pressure from the United Nations, began to build its border wall.
It is still the world’s longest, and it remains the most heavily guarded.
But as the border began to stretch from the Gulf of California in the southwest to the Rio Grande in the east, it became clear that it would not be long before the United Kingdom would become the main gate to the United Sates.
As I read about the construction, I became fascinated by the idea that the border could be constructed without fencing.
That seemed impossible.
So I began looking into how it could be done.
I started with what I had been told by my father, a farmer who had worked for the United Fruit Company for 25 years, and had built the first fence along the Texas-Mexico divide.
He told me that the United government was going to build it in a way that would have no effect on the way in which the United states and Mexico shared a border.
That was what they had planned to do.
But after I read the book, I found out that the plan was to simply build the border with concrete, using a combination of concrete, metal, and wood, which would be poured into a canal that would eventually carry it through the Rio Estado, the Rio Gómez, and the Rio Chico.
That canal would then be dug and filled in, and then the concrete would be turned into a wall with concrete and steel and then filled again with concrete.
The wall would be constructed of razor wire.
When I read this book, that’s what I was thinking about.
A wall of razor-wire, with razor wire that would not penetrate the soil.
It would have to be placed above the water and above the soil, which meant it would be above the ground.
It also meant it had a very high water table, so that it could not be pierced by any sort of weapon, such as a mine or an explosion.
This was the