February 20th is known as Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day!
Actually, I ran across this holiday by accident while doing a bit of research for another holiday.
Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day is a copyrighted holiday from the folks over at www.wellcat.com. To celebrate this holiday, you are to go outside at high-noon and yell “Hoodie-Hoo” to get rid of those wintertime “blah’s” and get ready for spring.
I didn’t know that an “average joe” could create a holiday? An interesting thought for consideration.
My earliest recollection of a “Hoodie-Hoo” was during the “Gomer Pyle, USMC” television show that was part of my Dad’s nightly TV watching ritual.
However, those “Hoodie-Hoo’s” also make great attention getters while outdoors. We have been using signal this for as long as I can remember.
Catching that big monster fish, a quick “Hoodie-Hoo,” signaling to your buddies in the canoe just upstream to show off your prize.
Scouting for a possible camping site? Another quick “Hoodie-Hoo” for that second opinion.
Happy Northern Hemisphere Hootie-Hoo Day!