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July 16, 2003 02:47PM
Eagle's tribe operated the Bowen Ranch for John Wair during the early 1970's. The Tribe lived at the Bowen's while the Weir family lived Moss Ranch. True hotspringers running the ranch in harmony with the land. Just like what is envisioned by DCHS, Inc.

American Indian decorations
Eagle wore a necklace of bone and stone beads strung on a thong. After a great day of hot springing some locals stopped at the ranch to visit on their way out. One of the locals had adopted the name "Worm"; he said that was the Dakota war chief Crazy Horse's given name. As you might imagine, Worm and Eagle were heap big friends. They strode up to each other to exchange strong brotherly embrace. Several of the bones on Eagle's necklace gouged Worm's chest even to the extent of drawing blood.

Nude mechanics
A couple of the woman were the Tribe's mechanics, they kept the Tribes' vehicles running. They always worked on vehicles in the nude saying it's easier to wash the grease off their skin then wash it out of their clothes. They all seemed to wear soft white cotton clothing so their reasoning had merit.
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