A Conversation for The Muses' Campfire

Keep the campfire burning ...

Post 1

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

*putting some wood into the fire*

This is much better than work ... On the other hand, anything is better than work!


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Post 2

sunny

* is attracted by the fire and glad someone is taking care of it. sits down in a comfortable distance to enjoy the moment of crackling silence *


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Post 3

sunny

* in anticipation of the things to come... *


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Post 4

E G Mel

Lurks silently pretending to w**k!

Mel smiley - hsif


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Post 5

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

Welcome everybody! smiley - hug

Today's dish of the day is a hotpot made of various fresh vegetables and bacon.

The pot is hanging over the fire, so if you want some, feel free to help yourself.

*Sits down on his old but reliable towel, eating some hotpot, drinking a smiley - ale and watching the time go by.*

I'm so glad to have that place. Far away from all that big city racket, just me, "my old guitar and an empty bottle of booze".

Oh, sorry, that was a line from the Johnny Cash classic 'A Boy named Sue'. Is there anybody who does *NOT* have religious reservations against Country Music? (in homeopathic doses, naturallysmiley - devil)


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Post 6

sunny

mmm - can I taste some? I brought along some wine and glasses - anybody wants some?

can we have baked potatoes some other time??

even Country music depends on who does it and how. You can make almost every piece of music sound interesting or absolutely unbearably sweet / cheap.

I take it you & your unplugged-as-can-be guitar know how to handle it.


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Post 7

E G Mel

*helps herself to hotpot in a mess tin, opens her sigg bottle of 'warming' liquid, settles gently down on her well used towel and waits for the entertainment*

Mel smiley - hsif


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Post 8

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

*after finishing his hotpot, Jeremy takes out his guitar and starts to sing "Green Green Grass of Home"*

"The old hometown looks the same as I step down from the train ..."

I know this is sentimental ... but who cares smiley - biggrin


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Post 9

E G Mel

I am now leaving but will be back tommorow.

*she screws the lid back on her sigg bottle, picks up her towel waves good bye to all seated at the fire and turns to return to her homework* smiley - sadface

Mel smiley - hsif


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Post 10

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

See you tomorrow, Mel!

Bye! smiley - hug


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Post 11

Hati

*takes a seat for a while to have some smiley - ale*


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Post 12

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

Welcome to the Campfire, Hatifnat! smiley - hugsmiley - kisssmiley - hug

I see that you have already found the crate in the creek smiley - winkeye

Sit down, relax, let your soul flow ...


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Post 13

Dragonfly. "A poet can survive everything but a misprint"-- Oscar Wilde

Well, don't get too messy with your soul, please... smiley - tongueout


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Post 14

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

ok, then ....

Let your soul glow? Let your mind wander?

Is that ok?

I really enjoyed the first night at the campfire!smiley - ok


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Post 15

sunny

* on second thought: it's not even only true for music but for almost anything: you can make it interesting or a bore, depending on how you approach it. *

what a peaceful place this is - thank you, St. Jeremy


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Post 16

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

Thank you, Sunny, I appreciate that!

You are so right: If, as an example, you watch people doing their Tai Chi exercises, you might say "That's so boring, where's the action, where are the breaking bones?" or you might say "That's a great way to get your mind going at the beginning of a day."

Some people think that sitting at a campfire all night long is a waste of time if you could go to three different parties at the same time.

I don't.


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Post 17

sunny

"It is looking at things for a long time that ripens you and gives you a deeper understanding." Vincent Van Gogh

(http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A559389)


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Post 18

E G Mel

I'm back, but not for long as I must work today!

Mel smiley - fish


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Post 19

Jeremy (trying to find his way back to dinner)

Welcome back, Mel smiley - hug

Most of us have to work (more or less) smiley - sadface

But relax and get yourself some baked potatoes!


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Post 20

Hati

*Hatifnat is fallen asleep near the campfire*
smiley - zzz


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