After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year. After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year.

After a year’s worth of procrastination, I finally made my way down to Von Ormy, Texas to begin work on a self-assigned project on Charreada, known more informally, and rather incorrectly (by Americans, at least), as “Mexican Rodeo.” It’s a fascinating mix of tradition, athleticism, and camaraderie. More to come throughout the rest of this year.