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  • Participant
    unknown-user on #164365

    I was going through some old posts and noticed several people take their harps with them to work to practice on lunch breaks. I thought that sounded like a great idea to fit practicing into a busy schedule, and I was wondering what the best way is to go about it. Do you just leave it in your trunk or take it into work with you? I think I’d get a lot of weird looks if I carried a harp into work and put it in my cubicle. I was just wondering if it’s bad to leave a harp in the car trunk or if that wouldn’t damage it as long as it’s not directly in the sun.

    I guess I should start by getting a harp. 😛 Then again, deciding on the portability I need beforehand probably isn’t a bad idea.

    Participant
    andy-b on #164366

    You should NEVER leave a harp in the car!

    Member
    kay-lister on #164367

    NO, NO, NO, NEVER EVER LEAVE A HARP IN THE CAR.

    Participant
    unknown-user on #164368

    I thought that sounded like a dangerous idea. Oh, well. Thanks for the info!

    Participant
    missy lannon on #164369

    i just ordered a lap harp and i plan to take it to work with me to practice.

    Participant
    Audrey Nickel on #164370

    I just took my Harpsicle on a road trip, and I carried it with me each and every time I left the car.

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