Monday, August 16, 2010

I want to flyyy awaaay (yeah, yeah...)

I want to fllyyyy awaaaaay
I just got back from vacations (in France) and I'm almost gone again (to the US). Wheeee!

France was good (pictures to follow in future posts) - the seagull in the picture is one of the happy creatures that get to fly around the airspace around Mont St. Michel, lucky not to have to wade through the Disneyland-ish masses on the Mont itself. (As pretty as it was, it was TOO CROWDED. It might help things if they introduced some kind of system like Granada in the Alhambra, and only allow a certain number of people in at a time. It might also help small dogs and children to survive the experience.) We decided to skip the actual abbey on top of it because the queue looked like it could take well over an hour to set foot inside, and there, I imagine it would not have been any more peaceful or empty than on the narrow streets leading up to it.

More pictures of Mont St. Michel to follow, but for now, I mostly want to remind the world of my theory on the origin of the species as far as seagulls are concerned:

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4 comments:

Imogen said...

Gull-dipper! - now that would be a cool job...

Anke said...

Yes!! Now there's a goal for when the big G no longer fascinates me... There's certainly the need for more gull-dippers, far too many white-headed gulls in this region!

Benat said...

Mhh your seagull evolution theory could make some sense, especially since I discovered a new subspecies!

Anke said...

Ben, I wonder what you would have to dip the gull into to come up with that result!