Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Maria, business woman in Texas, born and raised on the Amazon River on a military installation in Northern Brazil, daughter of a Brazilian Military officer of Portuguese decent where she gets her blonde hair and jungle green eyes, her Latin skin color from her native Brazilian mother. My dream that came true.
(In the beautiful language of Brazilian Portugues) Maria, mulher de negócios no Texas, nascido e criado no Rio Amazonas em uma instalação militar no Norte do Brasil, filha de um oficial do exército brasileiro de decente Português, onde ela recebe seu cabelo loiro e os olhos verdes da selva, sua cor da pele Latina de sua nativa brasileira mãe. Meu sonho que se tornou realidade.
Posted by RG at 1:46 AM
Friday, May 2, 2014
Texas Cowboy the late El Roy Ray (1939 - 2005)
Fortunately in Texas the rancher has the right to private property. Many Texas ranches spread over thousands of acres of range that they own. As you get further West unfortunately the land is claimed to be owned by the Federal Government. Bureaucrats in Washington, DC attempt to control that land. That can have a devastating impact on the rancher and the 300 million Americans the rancher provides beef to, especially in the western US.
Unless you choose to stand up, mount up, and ride.
Posted by RG at 11:41 PM