Author Topic: odd experiences whilst out walking  (Read 1691 times)

Booga

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #30 on: 14:26:58, 14/07/20 »
I once saw someone who'd parked in a quiet layby and was playing the saxophone just over the stile in the adjoining field. I presume he'd gone there to practice so he didn't disturb anyone.

I also passed a model and photographer doing a nude photoshoot.

Dodgylegs

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #31 on: 14:46:57, 14/07/20 »
I once saw someone who'd parked in a quiet layby and was playing the saxophone just over the stile in the adjoining field. I presume he'd gone there to practice so he didn't disturb anyone


This wasn't near Oxford was it? Know someone who used to do this.

SteamyTea

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #32 on: 15:50:28, 14/07/20 »
I once saw someone who'd parked in a quiet layby and was playing the saxophone just over the stile in the adjoining field. I presume he'd gone there to practice so he didn't disturb anyone.

I also passed a model and photographer doing a nude photoshoot.
happens every night at Tehidy Woods North car park when the weather is clement.
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Booga

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #33 on: 16:42:33, 14/07/20 »

This wasn't near Oxford was it? Know someone who used to do this.
It was actually! Just between Didcot and Appleford!

Booga

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #34 on: 16:43:52, 14/07/20 »
happens every night at Tehidy Woods North car park when the weather is clement.
Saxophone practice, nude photography or both?  ;D

Dodgylegs

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #35 on: 17:49:17, 14/07/20 »
It was actually! Just between Didcot and Appleford!


That's right on his doorstep!!


Now how do I approach this subject with him.... You've appeared on 'odd experiences'!


Then again he'll be thrilled, I'll ask him!

Dodgylegs

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #36 on: 23:26:44, 14/07/20 »
Booga I sent my saxophone playing friend a message asking if he knew who this could be. Non-committal reply, so I guess it was him!

Booga

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #37 on: 13:21:29, 15/07/20 »
Booga I sent my saxophone playing friend a message asking if he knew who this could be. Non-committal reply, so I guess it was him!
Brilliant! It's a small world!  :)

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Re: odd experiences whilst out walking
« Reply #38 on: 14:32:04, 15/07/20 »
All this talk of wood wind instruments reminds me I once saw a guy playing a didgeridoo, on top of Stow hill, on Bodmin moor.  Now that was an odd sight and sound.