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Godfrey Kainoa, one of the few known descendents of the original Mexican "vaqueros" who taught the Hawaiians their cowboys skills, dances with his girlfriend, Johnelle "Amoo" Ching in the Kahua Ranch barn in North Kohala, Hawaii--which sports a bar--after a long day of branding. Kainoa is employed as a cowboy by Kahua Ranch and through the Hawaiian Homelands Commission Act, leases land on which he raises his own cattle.

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Godfrey Kainoa, one of the few known descendents of the original Mexican "vaqueros" who taught the Hawaiians their cowboys skills, dances with his girlfriend, Johnelle "Amoo" Ching in the Kahua Ranch barn in North Kohala, Hawaii--which sports a bar--after a long day of branding.  Kainoa is employed as a cowboy by Kahua Ranch and through the Hawaiian Homelands Commission Act, leases land on which he raises his own cattle.