Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Otomí women from the Sierra Gorda highlands selling indigenous handicrafts in the Centro, including the traditional füi baxjuä ko ndäni fanthö,* or "Santa Claus hat with Reindeer Antlers."

*[And before you all start piling on in comments, yes, we know that actually means "Christmas hat with deer horn" in Hñähñu - we're not stupid, okay?]


Anonymous said...

I wonder what Sierra de "Gordas" means?

Burro Hall said...

"Fat saws." Why?