Do you give me the possibility to publish your photo of yukayekes in Yumacao, in my book. I look for photos like this one, to prove that amerindians diden't extinct in the Caribbean. If there are mistakes in my question, tell me please.
Thank you for you answer.
Hola, vi tus fotos. Muy bonitas. El niño se parece a mi hermano mayor cuando niño. Él vive en Canadá, hace 29 años. Primero en Chicago, 1964, donde estudió PhD., en Ingienería Química, despues en el caribe Venezolano. Tiene 70 años de edad.
Thanks for the kind words about my black and white photos. The few that I have put on this site are my family on both side. My family comes from the area of Aibonito (Jatibunicu), Orocovis (Barros),Coamo,Corozal,Barraquitas y Morovis. I'll have to find more time to post more. I have over 1,200 more,lol,lol. If you and your family ever down my way.please come visit me at the Mashantucket Museum and Research Center , where I work. It will be on me. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Hector "Baracutey" Gonzalez
No worries brother. Like I said I had an early day the next day and could leave my bag. You the man!! Thanx for the comment. Bro, it was nice meeting you. Look forward to seeing you again. I will be attending more of these events and I am sure we will catch up. We neighboor any ways.
Diablo, I went oustide and you guys were gone. Thats messed up, LOL........
Actually for some resean the securtiy people coulnd get me my bag. They had to have a manager come and open the door. I would have left the bag and picked it up tomorrow and left with you guys. But tomorrow morning I have a very early call to take care off. That usually doesnt happend. I normaly get requested at 9am or 10am. But anyways Ray It was nice seeing you and again. Al "Kutubanama" It was a pleasure meeting you in person.