Well, possibly only one guy as we were prearing to leave on Wed. But more likely that there were more in the brush. I had just come in from putting food out for he dogs in the back and there was knocking at the back door. I just glanced out the dirty kitchen window and could see a figure there. Went to the front and told the wife to get her pistola and call the S.O. dispatch. I had an LC9 with me. Stupid dogs had not alerted cause they were out front. They had just come around to eat when the knocking had started. They started barking aand set off the inside dogs. I went out the front to get behing the dogs, but the person had left for the brush apparently. checked my sheds and the empty, in-laws house down the road and no one was around. Heared later that there had been another "bail out" in the area like last time. Pretty much the same as last time back in the spring, but the dogs had alerted. Only that time it was 3 guys that appartead to be dressed in 'Nam era jungle camo and combat boots. Tought I was having a "Red Dawn" experience. They were making requests, and were told in English and Spanish to leave. They kept coming, so i showed them that I was armed. They left quickly then. Seem like this activity has been increasing around here lately. Some blame it on the influx of Border/Valley people coming here to gamble at ehe numerous 8 Liner gambling establishments that have been alowed to open in the city. The City is collecting much needed revenue from the fees they are charging per machine. Just seems like the people most likely to come kill time at the gambling places are involved in some kinda trafficing of humans or other substances. There is already enough of that here as it is the first stop after the Checkpoint. That is the general public opinion heard through the grapevine. But due to the lack of both County and City revenues, It looks like the crap will only get worse.