Manson, Washington: Fanfare for the Common Duck

Odd public park sculpture of a man playing the French horn for ducks. Plaque credits it to Phil Thomas in 1994.
Address:
225 Manson Blvd, Manson, WA
Directions:
West edge of downtown, on the south side of Hwy 150/Manson Blvd, in a little park directly across from the Fire Dept.
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French horn player and ducks.

Fanfare for the Common Duck

Weird little sculpture of a man playing the French horn for ducks. One "cool" duck is wearing shades.

[Greg Nord, 03/17/2018]

Sculpted by Phil Thomas, unveiled in 1994.

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