Posted by: Susan Vollmer | 30 January 2010

Dornan’s Hootenanny

The Hoot

So far, the best Christmas we have ever spent was in Wyoming.  An unexpected surprise was going to Dornan’s Hootenanny, which is held on Monday evenings.  This is in a bar and pizzaria located inside the Grand Teton National Park.  Sometimes referred to simply as “The Hoot,” it is like a local American Idol, where people sing and play string instruments.  Several of them were excellent.  The best part was that there were “no” judges.  The crowd of people in attendance were respectful and wanted to hear the performers.  If you ever go, arrive early.  It is standing room only.

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  1. Thanks for cross-posting via LinkedIn discussion group for US National Park Service fans …


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