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    David Ice
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    Here’s a new thread….

    Have you ever had a critter interact with your harp (other than the usual dog or cat?)

    #110583
    andy-b
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    Thank goodness

    #110584
    Brandee Younger
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    I didn’t know roadrunners were real.

    #110585
    rod-c
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    David:

    Did the roadrunner

    #110586
    David Ice
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    Hi Brandi and Rod,

    Yes, roadrunners are real, but they don’t really look like the cartoon version!

    #110587
    jean-mac
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    Must be nice–I saw two running with each other yesterday down the street–so cute!

    #110588
    Christian Frederick
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    Does Mickey and Minnie count?

    I actually have had Goofy play a duet with me on the piano.

    #110589
    David Ice
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    Christian,

    I’d pay money to hear that concert!!!!

    Dave

    PS Was it “Hungarian Rhapsody”?

    #110590
    brenda-lee
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    I didn’t know Roadrunners were real either.

    #110591
    Kathleen Clark
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    This summer I had to stop playing my lever harp in the back yard because it was driving our local mockingbird nuts. Instead of the mockingbird picking up on some of my riffs it heard my harp as a rival and went absolutely berserk trying to “outsing” it whenever I took my harp outside. It would quiet down only when I took my harp inside again.

    The only roadrunner I’ve had a run in with was in Borrego Springs. It saw its reflection in our sliding glass door and kept attacking it, almost broke the glass. It was a large roadrunner, largest one I’ve ever seen — the size of a small turkey. And it wouldn’t go away, it kept attacking and attacking its image off and on for a couple of days.

    My favorite harp/bird moment in the desert was also in Borrego Springs on our patio. I was playing my lever harp in sandals and halfway through a number I felt a little continuous swoosh over my toes. I jumped a little because I thought it was a snake, but it turned out to be a covey of quail and their little feet were padding over my toes. It was soft, like feathers.

    #110592

    I’ve had butterflies and other bugs land on my harp, but not a bird – yet.

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