60 days of learning the harmonica
Such a shame there's no live audio stream available.
Rockall pod-dweller Nick Hancock has now spent over three weeks atop the North Atlantic islet and was battening down the hatches on Saturday ahead of predicted stormy weather. Nick Hancock on Rockall last week Thumbs up: Nick Hancock on Rockall He wrote: "Tomorrow is supposed to be a very calm day, but as they say: the …
I'm very disappointed he's wastng his time with the harmonica. Surely this level of isolation is the perfect venue to play the bagpipes. It's almost certainly far enough away from any possible listener that it might actually constitute a pleasant experience. Possibly a bit hard on the sea birds though.
It may be that my feelings are influenced by my school fete, when I was 6. While gazing in awe at the huge, multi-level, model railway that had been built in (and almost filled) my classroom - an evil bagpiper sneaked (snuck?) into the room. He was standing less than 2 feet behind me when he started
strangling his cat playing.
It is GMT, Irish time ;)
I fished off here from Killybegs in a 64 foot trawler and it is very nasty in bad weather. I wish him all the best but it sounds like it will not be too nasty. he should be OK for fish as a bit of tin foil, a hook and line will get you lots of Mackerel, coalfish, whiting and cod should be plentiful as well. Pollack, sea trout, dabs, ling etc. should be available with the right gear. There is always the old hook, fish and line to catch seagulls.
I wish you the best and may you be in heaven a half an hour before the devil knows you are dead.
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