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The men range from their twenties right up into their sixties, although most seem to fall somewhere in the middle.
Truck drivers, construction workers, mechanics, and laborers are among the men you'll find here, but Buddy has also picked up homeless guys and hustlers to film, and many of the guys have done time in jail.
Allen Fowler, 36, and his wife, Ashley, 21, live in company-provided housing at an RV park in Carrizo Springs.
Fowler sets up wells for drilling sites and earns .50 an hour, working up to 90 hours a week.
Daddies will be happy that quite a few bars in the area have older clienteles, and they won’t be disappointed by the Hunters in the city either.
Bars like Hair of the Dog and PJ Mellon’s, both on Church Street, cater to Daddies and have laid-back atmospheres.
The City of Austin, with its rich cultural setting, and year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, is a vibrant destination that continues to be a Texas hotspot.
In 1989, a man named Buddy created "Southern Cumfort Magazine" which brought us rugged and real American men from the South.These are regular men, not models, so don't expect much manscaping.Many of the men have scruffy, ragged beards; they might have wrinkles or may be missing a tooth, some are covered in tattoos and most of them prefer to leave their pubes au naturel, although I did see some trimmed and even shaved ones.Allen Fowler, 36, and his wife, Ashley, 21, live in company-provided housing at an RV park in Carrizo Springs. Garcia, III, waits watching television while the family prepares for dinner at Tips Park in Three Rivers, Texas, Wednesday, March 29, 2012.
Fowler sets up wells for drilling sites and earns .50 an hour, working up to 90 hours a week. Johnny Garcia, Jr., left, logs over 300 miles a day as a pipeline truck driver and his wife, Nicole, stays at home to take care of their son.Jerry Lara/San Antonio Express-News less METRO - Three-year-old J. Garcia, III, waits watching television while the family prepares for dinner at Tips Park in Three Rivers, Texas, Wednesday, March 29, 2012. more CARRIZO SPRINGS - A few years ago, Frankie Gonzalez was working marginal jobs and running with the wrong crowd in his small South Texas hometown of San Diego. "My wife doesn't like the hours, but she's happy for what I bring home. The boom has also blown up all the old economic realities, as oil and gas companies are pouring billions into the region to tap the sweet hydrocarbon lode found in a shale formation beneath two dozen counties.