Friday Wisdom – Camping Advice

Camping advice: When selecting a campsite, a tuba left on your picnic table ensures the site on either side will remain empty.

More wisdom next week,

Andrew

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I work in the high tech world doing software release engineering Then I got prostate cancer Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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28 Responses to Friday Wisdom – Camping Advice

  1. Cayman says:

    Haha it also is a great bear repellent

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  3. GJ Stevens says:

    Brilliant. I’ll have to remember that one 😁

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  4. CJ Hartwell says:

    It wouldn’t deter my husband, who would happily bring his trumpet over for a duet. 😉

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  5. eidswick says:

    A box of scorpions works too.

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  6. mitchteemley says:

    Perfect! And who doesn’t have tuba or two in their trunk or glove compartment, right?

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  7. That’s actually brilliant. Although someone might just steal the tuba. :/

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  8. G. J. Jolly says:

    I don’t go camping anymore but I’m thinking this would work for picnics too.

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  9. Great idea, Andrew. Does anyone make space-saving inflatable mylar tubas?
    Ω

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  10. pommepal says:

    I think a drum will do it too

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  11. Oh I’m off to buy a well used tuba!

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  12. Nina BW says:

    I’ll keep that in mind for my next trip 😀

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  13. Or the tuba will be stolen. Hmm…

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  14. Dan says:

    Bagpipes left on the picnic table will ensure at least five sites on either side of you will remain empty.

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