His skin was red and rough, as if from perpetual sunburn; he often went away to hot springs to take mud baths
There were white-tusked wild males, with fallen leaves and nuts and twigs lying in the wrinkles of their necks and the folds of their ears; fat, slow-footed she-elephants, with restless, little pinky black calves only three or four feet high running under their stomachs; young elephants with their tusks just beginning to show, and very proud of them; lanky, scraggy old-maid elephants, with their hollow anxious faces, and trunks like rough bark; savage old bull elephants, scarred from shoulder to flank with great weals and cuts of bygone fights, and the caked dirt of their solitary mud baths
dropping from their shoulders; and there was one with a broken tusk and the marks of the full-stroke, the terrible drawing scrape, of a tiger's claws on his side.
After wet weather turned T in the Park into a mud bath
over the weekend the former Eternal star shone despite the cold at pop party Free 2000 in Aberdeen.
Instead the council opted for the parks with all the problems, no hard standing so if it rains it becomes a mud bath
, flat so no-one can see except the people at the front, dark and poorly lit with little or no lighting in the park, unlike the Mersey.
But after Glastonbury turned into a mud bath
, lead vocalist Gary Stringer, 24, is praying that the rain holds off next weekend.
Their wedding rings also turned black in a mud bath
SOUL man Peyton, who releases his debut single I'll Rise in August, decided he was going to head for warmer climes after arriving at the mud bath
Heavy rain had turned the track into a mud bath
, but that had no effect on the favourite apart from pushing his price out to a generous 4-7 when something like 2-7 had been expected.
This wasn't Glastonbury but a small area of Turkey where a visit to a mud bath
is a must.
Both sides did well to serve up some entertaining football on a Bescot Stadium mud bath
but the visitors left empty-handed courtesy of a Darren Wrack goal 20 minutes from full time.
A DRAMATIC late fightback couldn't save Racing at Redditch last night after Worcester referee Stephen Dorr had surprisingly given the go-ahead on a mud bath
of a pitch.