Naco itself is a very small, sleepy village, with a school, a bar, a post office, a golf course (?!) and yes, a very large fence. Permeated only by a border crossing at the end of Naco Highway which connects to the sister city of Naco, Sonora, Mexico. The Gay 90s bar, which despite the monicker seems to be referring only to the joyous late-1800s era, has been said to be so popular with Nacoans of both flags, that people have actually jumped the fence for a drink, then jumped back. For more Naco lore, check out this 2007 article from National Geographic.
Photos taken in Naco, Arizona on Sunday, January 8, 2012.