Contrary to the what the photos may suggest, a Hootin’Nanny is not what you get when you cross an owl with a goat. A Hootin’Nanny, properly spelled “Hootenanny”, is Scottish for a celebration and we’re going to a hootenanny as part of the Corrales Harvest Festival — but there will be dancing, so this is one of those rare times the cameras will stay home in the safe as they pose quite a danger to other people when I’m dancing.



14 thoughts on “Hootin’Nanny

  1. You and Laurie have fun! The nights have suddenly cooled down enough (even up here) to make it feel like Harvest Festival time. 🙂

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