But there was no danger of Guapo's friend the vaquero committing this blunder.
The vaquero, therefore, did all in his power to make his guests comfortable for the night.
And evidently something did, for the priest ate like a vaquero off the ranges.
The vaquero with his horse soon dragged the vicuñas to the hut.
But he appeared to be lighter of hair and complexion, and was dressed differently, and more like a vaquero.
Another interval of silence succeeded to the narrative of the vaquero.
The vaquero staggered as he rose; his eyes were bloodshot, his lips blue; his whole body trembled.
In half-an-hour after, with the vaquero for my guide, I rode quietly out of the rancheria.
A young Mexican vaquero trailed softly behind them, the inevitable cigarette between his lips.
I am a vaquero, and here I reside; Show me the broncho I cannot ride.