Posted by Banjo Mountain on Thursday, October 16, 2008
I'm a landscape architecture undergraduate at the University of Georgia and I haven't had the time to pick much banjo lately. My major is one of the hardest and most time-consuming majors at UGA. I spend several hours every weeknight and on the weekends in the studio at a drafting table. The 3 hour studio classes are interesting and neat but we never have enough time in class to finish our projects in class. It's been a little bit rough adjusting to this type of schedule, but I'm getting better. Today I got my banjo out and starting picking. To my amazement, I could pick some songs in 3-finger style that I used to struggle greatly with! I've noticed this before that after not playing the banjo for a while or during a tough period where you have to use your brain a lot, my picking ability improves. I guess this is a good thing, I just don't want to get "rusty".
The banjo sure sounds good when you take it out of its case for the first time in a while.
Every week goes by as a blur. Can't wait for Thanksgiving break.
Thursday, October 16, 2008 @7:36:55 PM
Sometimes a short break from anything does a person good. Good luck with your major.
Banjo Mountain Says:
Thursday, October 16, 2008 @7:43:55 PM
bob gregory Says:
Thursday, October 16, 2008 @10:37:44 PM
G'day Mate, a break is good a holiday is better then you can get back to it ,good luck with your course. enjoy your pick'in...
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