@irishbyblood I was indeed famous for a bit, I was on TIME’s website among others. It was pretty cool. The froggies went back to a normal life by the pond in our backyard. I can’t answer your last question since I brought them inside hahaha
I received a set as a gift that is precisely cut to be tuned to a CMajor scale… I like them, they sound nice. But a lot of them seem to be just random tinkly sounds with no particular thought to musicality, which can be a bit annoying.
On the one hand l like wind chimes. On the other hand I do not like them banging around in the middle of the night. Several houses ago various folks in the neighborhood would get up in the middle of the night and tape together the billions one family had out all over their yard to shut them up. I do hang a small shell one in front of the window (inside so they don’t blow around, just look nice).
@Fuzzalini These folks also partied a lot, left their puppy chained in the back yard in all weather (southern, coastal VA). Not very considerate folks. I have no clue who started taping them together but the nights someone did that were nice. You could actually sleep if it was breezy out, open your window even.
We used to go to the Bristol Renaissance Faire every year; despite the excessive cost of everything at such an event we really liked the chimes one vendor had, and ended up ordering one (Mezzo, so fairly small) which has hung on our front porch for 10 years now (except for 6 months when the next unit had renters who bitched about it).