But... where's his uke?Hope it stays dry for you and your clients... have a good w/e.
What kind of bird is that? Doesn't look like a white pelican. Could it be a white stork?
Very best of luck with the voice/miming today.I remember the pelicans [brown ones I think] which were everywhere when I was a kid in LA.
Neil & Antoinette,At the Salton Sea we have — I should say had since I no longer spend the winters there —, we had both white and brown pelicans. When in flight, the white pelicans are majestic! From afar, when on the water, they look like swans.
Niall & Antoinette,Niall, I'm sorry I mispelled your first name. I'm sure you'll forgive me.
chm: it's an Australian Pelican.Tim: clients got slightly wet in Azay-le-Rideau, but it could have been a lot worse. We managed to dodge most of the rain.I think his uke is hidden under his left wing...Ant: miming went well :-)
That last line to Antoinette reads wonderfully...you'll have to do the Ant mime at our next meal....talking of which....Eldora Do in Prooly?