Oh ha, ha, you lot! Keep up the good work. Hazel, is there a limit to the number of people permitted on your balcony? Wouldn't want to collapse it, especially as you've just moved in--lol! Mr GB started on the mandolin awhile back (the musical sort, not the cutting thing) but I'm not sure if he'd consider playing in public! And he hasn't played the clarinet and I haven't touched the guitar or accordion in something like 30 years so we'll leave them at home! However we are very good at applauding, so we'll be the audience.
In reply to gaynorsl:
Lot to learn
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LOL, Hazel! Love the musical chairs bit--very apt! But I suspect that should such an event ever actually come to pass that the resourceful Forumates would all bring folding chairs if the rest of yours were still in storage! Fun speculating though, regardless!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:Love the musical chairs bit--very apt! But I suspect that should such an event ever actually come to pass that the resourceful Forumates would all bring folding chairs if the rest of yours were still in storage! Fun speculating though, regardless!
Well, even if the balcony collapsed with a whole orchestra, we would land safely in the drink as the water goes right up to the edge and slightly under the water level apartments ! What's more we have our fountain working with more work in progress and lighting to come
maybe we can do a Bellagio, Las Vegas and turn it into a musical fountain ? !!
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