May 12, 2011, 5:05 PM
Post #13 of 13
This Mexican Senate map is very inaccurate and misleading, at least in the state of Sonora.
I live in Hermosillo, Sonora, and for the last four years every CFE statement I have received shows me in Tarifa: 1F. Since there is only one black square shown on the map for the entire state of Sonora, I conclude that the black square represents Hermosillo.
Problem is, there is nothing but desert to the immediate west of Hermosillo all the way to the Sea of Cortez, where there is a very small town on the coast, Bahia de Kino. So the pink square and the yellow square, slightly to the north and west of Hermosillo are figments of some senatorial imagination.
I find it very strange that there is only one black square in the state, representing only one 1F tarifa zone in the entire state of Sonora, while most of the state, with the exception of towns in the sierra, is hotter than the hinges of hell. I don't think there are any towns anywhere in Sonora that are so temperate as to deserve a pink, or red, or yellow designation.