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Be on the lookout for old gaucho camps as you make your way to General Carrera Lake, which at 1,923 feet is the 11th deepest in the world.
COME TRAVEL WITH OUTSIDE ON THESE ADVENTURES OF A LIFETIMEJVERSTEEGHOCTOBER 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
The eye of the gaucho flashed at the insult; he applied his finger to the trigger, and the charge flew.
THE GUIDE OF THE DESERTGUSTAVE AIMARD
While we were proceeding, I related to the gaucho my life and adventures, as far as I thought necessary he should know.
THE GUIDE OF THE DESERTGUSTAVE AIMARD
"All," answered the gaucho, with his eye fixed on the pieces of gold that Tyro amused himself by chinking in his hand.
THE FLYING HORSEMANGUSTAVE AIMARD
The landscape was in Gaucho days the same for hundreds of miles.
SOUTH AMERICA OBSERVATIONS AND IMPRESSIONSJAMES BRYCE
The gaucho remounted his horse, and set off; he soon disappeared in the darkness.
THE INSURGENT CHIEFGUSTAVE AIMARD
"Never—neither my brother nor I—we have no fear," said the gaucho, in a harsh voice.
THE FLYING HORSEMANGUSTAVE AIMARD
The more the game advanced, the more the anxiety of the gaucho increased.
THE FLYING HORSEMANGUSTAVE AIMARD
What happened to the Gaucho when she blew the Smuts up is too fresh in everybody's mind.
ULLER UPRISINGHENRY BEAM PIPER, JOHN D. CLARK AND JOHN F. CARR
After that, the Gaucho began reporting directly, and her topside identification-light went out.
ULLER UPRISINGHENRY BEAM PIPER, JOHN D. CLARK AND JOHN F. CARR
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO GAUCHO

  • cowboys
  • drivers
  • gauchos
  • horseback riders
  • horseman/womans
  • passengers
  • straphangers
  • suburbanites
  • travelers
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