A raccoon, always ready for a masked ball, is extravagantly dressed. On her head are agave leaves, devil’s claws, cane beardgrass, hackberries, Apache plumes, and ribbons of snake skins. Unable to restrain her capable hands, she tends to over-accessorize with fussy details. She holds a fan of beardgrass and yucca leaves; her scarf is snake skin and Apache plumes. After eating the insides of the June beetles, she made necklaces and bracelets from their legs and elytra.