what song do you listen when camping ?

Discussion in 'Trip Planning' started by grey80, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. Pecha72

    Pecha72 Long timer

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    damn.. there´s just way too many great musicians passing away lately.
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  2. MATTY

    MATTY BORDER RAIDER

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    This>>>:lol3
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  3. Gargantuan

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    The Grateful Dead - I use a small bluetooth speaker and keep it very quiet so as not to bother anyone.
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  4. RTODAHL01

    RTODAHL01 Been here awhile

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    IF I listen to music while camping.:D
    Maybe on a very low volume, I listen to Enya.
    But very low.
    I am an Ironworker and while working everything is loud.
    So, on my time quiet.:beer
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  5. Jorma

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    Evening song

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  6. cyclopathic

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    unfortunately to this one:
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  7. mantree

    mantree Been here awhile

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    I play bluegrass mostly

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  8. Ohio_Danimal

    Ohio_Danimal If I die trying, at least I tried

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    I have found that Pink Floyd's "Endless River" could be played in a freaking loop all night, from the teeny speakers on your smartphone, sitting in the grass by the fire, and no one would ever complain
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  9. PackinDirt

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    I don't understand the need to be constantly "tuned in" and listening to something in the background. I find it especially annoying in a campground when someone's choice of music extends well beyond their own site. Guess I just don't feel the need to import all that noise. Isn't the idea to leave it behind?

    When camping, it's conversation with other riders, the crackle of the fire, and the sound of opening beer that entertains.
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  10. mantree

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    Most of the time it is us as the music. The sidecar comes in handy for transporting banjos and mandolins. That said we keep it quite and cut it early.

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