domenica 11 febbraio 2018

Sunday update.

Good morning fans of the bag.


I spent an afternoon filling up Bin's bin yesterday.


Bin as viewed from our kitchen. The bin, not Bin.

I always finish up with lots of cuts on my arms when I do this type of work. Yesterday I got a beauty on my leg while I was in the bin trampling vegetation down. I guess I shouldn't have worn shorts.

Last night I backed a singer at a party. I played guitar and violin. One lady said that the violin made her cry. I said sorry.


PBs practice this afternoon. We have a gig at a book launch in March.

The Curmudgeons are all in Auckland. It seems that they go everywhere together because when one is away nobody posts.

Members of The Curmudgeon Inc seen in Auckland.

The Boss Curmudgeon is always getting at Robert for deleting his blogs, but at least Robert doesn't regularly pack everyone up and bugger off to Auckland.

I'm back relief teaching. Two days last week and so far three days lined up for the coming week.

I spent some time reading up on flying.



For years I have not been keen on flying, but In September I will be doing a bloody lot of it.
I decided to do some research so that I can get over it. I'm reading up on how planes fly.
Here's an interesting fact - in developed countries, the odds of crashing are 1 in 30 million. I don't know how they worked that out. I'll have to check its accuracy.

There you have it. Richard's Bass Bag* likes to keep you up to date. Unlike The Curmudgeon Inc we don't just pack up and bugger off to Auckland. Okay, we are buggering off to Italy in September but we're hoping it will be business as usual, obviously with a slight Italian style. We're presently looking at setting up a temporary studio in Italy. We'll keep you posted on this nearer to the time.

Ciao, ciao.




* the original bass bagging site

9 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

We're back home.

- The Curmudgeons Inc.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

"I always finish up with lots of cuts on my arms when I do this type of work. Yesterday I got a beauty on my leg while I was in the bin trampling vegetation down."

OK you can add 'anatomically challenged' to your many faults.
Hint: arms and legs are different and are (generally) at opposite ends of your torso.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

"I was in the bin trampling vegetation down"

This experience could come in handy when you are in technically challenged Italy where the wine industry still uses footpower to crush grapes in the wine industry.
I hope you took photographs of your trampling and, with your advantageous weight you should have n trouble getting a part time job at harvest time (September).

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

"Last night I backed a singer at a party. I played guitar and violin. One lady said that the violin made her cry. I said sorry."

Was she a barmaid?
Was she pregnant?

Robert ha detto...

Remind me again why he calls himself Curmudgeon!

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Still on probation Robert.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

Don't tell us here TC. Get one of you your old men to write a post.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Keep up old man

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

I remember when Richard's Bass Bag had a new post every morning.

Oh the good old days.