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Playing a wooden ocarina

Discussion in 'Other Skills' started by MrEUser, Oct 25, 2016.

  1. MrEUser

    MrEUser Supporter Supporter Bushcraft Friend

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    Being able to play an instrument gives you the opportunity to work for your dinner. It also, in some small way is a gift you give others. A moment of happiness and camaraderie around a campfire. Wether you play a lively tune to lift spirits, or a somber tune to reflect on the past, you offer a moment to experience.

    Consider learning to play an instrument and take it with you. The joy of music around a campfire is...

    Worth its beef stew in gold....
     
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    I agree. Exponentially. Music soothes the soul. It builds community. Protests injustice. Embraces love.

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  3. CowboyJesus

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    i completely agree...but was hoping at least for a picture of the ocarina or maybe even a video of you playing!!
     
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    We have a GTG or two in San Saba, Texas each year that's hosted by Badger Claw and one of the things I love about it is the music around the campfire after dark. Adahy, Mr Black, Okcmo, Hale and others I'm probably forgetting (my apology) play both new and old songs. The music around the campfire becomes one of the highlights of the trip.
     
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