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|| What language is spoken around the table,
English or Spanish? It does be a mixture,
because some of my sons are married to Irish,
or at least the girls that their grand-parents
were Irish. They never spoke English in their
life till they went to school. But if we want
we can hold our conversation in English.
|| Have you seen very many changes over the years?
Oh, yes. Been big changes. There's a whole
lot of comfort in the camp what wasn't before.
Now they have even got telephones out in the
||In that respect, they've gone ahead great. Everybody
has their own car. They have to be very, very
hard-up not to have some kind of a little
car. But the most of them have, true Maggie?
Yes Yes, most of them have their car.
|| Whereas when you were a young girl, everyone
went by horse-back? Yes. No there was what
they called breaks. They were drawn by horses.
But then there was other people that used
to go in bullock-carts. I never went in that
kind of thing, no?
||But that's the way the people of the country
. . . they had no horses seemingly. They had
for riding. They used to use them a lot for
riding. But for drawing a load or anything
like that it was always the bullocks and the