Should U.S. Border Patrol agents be allowed to harass campers in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness? They have.
Imagine you’re three days into that wilderness trip you’ve been dreaming about all winter. Deep solitude. Over the ridge, a low-flying helicopter appears. Its sound hits you first, engine screaming, rotors thumping the air, their whop-whop-whop reverberating off mountain walls. As the chopper draws closer and begins circling, you stare eye-to-eye with a heavily armed, goggled and ear-muffled pilot.