There's going to be a day when we don't have any more sheepherders
or plant gatherers.
Order a Picon Punch, the fabled orange bitters-grenadine cocktail of Basque sheepherders
who made their way from the Pyrenees to tramp with Nevada's livestock.
The local constable is useless, neither trying to find the Colonel's killer nor protecting the sheepherders
from the cattle ranchers.
Local sources told SANA reporter that takfiri terrorists attacked a group of sheepherders
in Jub al-Jarrah in the countryside of the province, killing one of them and injuring another.
Areas around the border with Israel, frequented by sheepherders
for centuries, have become particularly treacherous.
When I train people, I teach them that sheepherders
just take sheep from point A to point B.
Lithe mountain goats and sheepherders
roam the stark land, and locals make a living spinning sheep's hair into woollen carpets.
95; 2 hours, 2 CDs) is a terrific western yarn of feuding cattlemen and sheepherders
and includes the western short story "The No-Gun Gunhawk".
The highly celebrated father of the environmental conservation movement, John Muir had disdain for the natives of Yosemite considering them too ugly for the beautiful landscape and the Hispanic sheepherders
who used the land of the park he considered filthy, lazy and degenerate (Kosek, 2004).
During pre-state days, the area now called New Mexico was populated by Spanish-speaking sheepherders
and farmers living on under large common-property land grants.
in the Wakhan Valley of Afghanistan were probably discussing Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez's rebuke of his predecessor.
In succeeding generations the Indians, who began as vaqueros and sheepherders
for the colonists, were absorbed into the blood and the culture of the Spanish settlers.