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Children, grandchildren, wives and girlfriends all show up to support the cowboys at brandings. If they aren't in the coral holding down a calf or performing some other task, they're appreciative observers as Johnelle "Amoo" Ching, Shaelyn Freitas (4), Megan Ho'opai (3), Leilillian Solomon-Ho'pai (2), Jamie Ho'opai and Kena Solomon-Ho'pai (11 months) are at a Kahua Ranch Branding in North Kohala, Hawaii, supporting their dad, uncles and grandfather in spirit by wearing cowboy boots and belts.

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Julia Cumes
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The Last of the Hawaiian Cowboys
Children, grandchildren, wives and girlfriends all show up to support the cowboys at brandings.  If they aren't in the coral holding down a calf or performing some other task, they're appreciative observers as Johnelle "Amoo" Ching, Shaelyn Freitas (4), Megan Ho'opai (3), Leilillian Solomon-Ho'pai (2), Jamie Ho'opai and Kena Solomon-Ho'pai (11 months) are at a Kahua Ranch Branding in North Kohala, Hawaii, supporting their dad, uncles and grandfather in spirit by wearing cowboy boots and belts.