What's better than listening to good music?


#64

Have to agree about vintage cars and Hot rods being a very expensive hobby. My nephew is into that, try looking up Hard Up Garage, Fareham, UK


#65

That is definitely the good life …
My wood was planted in 2013; the willow is amazing but the native hard woods took a battering last summer. This year I must decide whether to pollard or coppice the willow… decisions!


#66

I read the guardian and observer to have another view on life …
My preference was for the Independent but can’t get the hang of this online stuff… hence table with newspapers spread over it …


#67

… I have to admit I’ve given up on newspapers, at best they’re yesterdays news so I’m now getting all I need from the multitude of www news.
I am tempted to get one of the chunky weekend publications if its dark wet wintertime. I’m not a spread over the table reader, I’m an all over the floor person.


#68

Sitting in the sunshine. Any one remember doing that ?


#69

A wellbeing day with the community team at Westonbirt National Arboretum. Even better, more than one day!
Of course I then return home, tired, satisfied, smelling of woodsmoke…to listen to music :deciduous_tree:


#70

Listening to good music, via good hi-fi when suitably inebriated - makes life’s troubles and strife seem insignificant.


#71

rgcrow
Looks like they are having a bit of fun, also checked out there facebook page with all its photos. Good luck to them :+1::+1::+1:


#72

My long suffering partner insists on sitting outside with a cup of tea or glass of wine.
I don’t see the attraction my self,especially when it’s hot.


#73

Excellent experience …
I used to enjoy volunteering with the local wildlife trust up the road from Westonbirt … now I enjoy pottering about in a small wood I established a few years ago. Of course the company on the Well-being and volunteering also is a benefit.


#74

Things that are better? At the right time, nothing is. Time & a place and all that…

That said, there are plenty of things that should take precedence, in no order: spending time with family (immediate & not so), buried in a book, walking - currently doing The Ridgeway in stages, highly recommended. Wine. Tv of all styles - it’s fun (but not Eastenders or Corinaction Street tho). Cycling to work. Cycling for the pure fun of it. Out for a run. In the pub with a few pals. Being at a football match. Being in the theatre lost in a good play. Seeing Al Murray in the same theatre. And as it’s been mentioned, a bit of rumpy-pumpy hows yer father unarmed hand to hand comabt with the OH.

So yh; there are lots of things better than being in front of the stereo.


#75

On occasions I play on this lot, with Youtube as my teacher


#76

Having a good poo. Especially those ones that are so big that you have no drop splash back - because they are way well into the bowl before they have exited the passage. Those that leave you with an euphoric elation and that you have lost weight ( got fitter by being on the sh…).


#77

:rofl: Excellent. I whole heartedly agree.!!! I must add that having a well needed wee after holding onto it for ages out of necessity is right up there too :relaxed:


#78

What is wrong with humans when excretory functions are felt to be better than the mystical experiences of music?


#79

I think it is called toilet humour. Usually, but not universally, the province of young children!


#80

Try having one or the other no longer available in your life, and maybe you’ll understand what Mr. Jug means! :wink:


#81

Has anyone mentioned naughties?


#82

Meatballs…and cannoli. Music just frames it.


#83

A caipirinha