North of the Schluffy Sea, over looking a forest of Bonzo Trees, you’ll hear the pitch perfect hoots of one bifocaled, a cappella singing bird. It’s Lyles the Owl, the “eyes” of the bunch. He’s a bit anxious due to his binocular-like vision which creates the illusion that everything is magnified five times its size. So naturally, he tends to flip out when he sees a life size bowling ball or a pastrami on rye the size of a tool shed. He’s a thinker and spends time sketching blue prints of inventions in his modern Bonzo tree one bedroom. He doesn’t even have to pay utilities, sap is included.
A creature of the night, Lyles is never afraid of the dark. His night vision will help anyone fend off the “Can’t Sleeps.”