Aspen Fell Endless

20151112 Aspen Fell Endless_002Last Thursday I had time for another simploring night: Aspen Fell Endless.
Of course I got the recommendation from Inara Pey’s Living in a Modemworld blog again. The sim is decribed in her post named “Endless beauty in Second Life“, a title that attracted my attention immediately. As always you’ll find her detailled description there.
You enter the sim through a skybox where arrows lead you to the teleport pad to go to the island itself. At the landing point is a big clock and the name of the sim is written on the water surface. Because of this first impression I thought that I’m in a surrealistic sim. But it isn’t surrealistic. It is different and there’s no general theme. There’s a bit of everything.
Shortly after I began exploring slave Flo came online. She got granted a week off because of her recovery from an RL issue and decides what to wear herself for a limited time only and isn’t forced to kneel. Then a few moments later also sklavin Gebby logged on. I decided to do the simploring tour together with the slaves. That was a variation for me.

Diomita exploring Aspen Fell Endless together with slave Flo and Sklavin Gebby

Diomita exploring Aspen Fell Endless together with slave Flo and sklavin Gebby

As I mentioned before Aspen Fell Endless has a bit of everything. Close to the landing is an old freight car and a railroad track that is out of order already for a long time. Next to it is a modern modular couch. Following the railrod tracks and beyond them you get to a lighthouse that doesn’t really fit into the scenery in my personal opinion – but you have a great view from the top.
More inside of the island are big rocks and a high waterfall – but no river. From the top of the rocks you have again a nice view on the island and there’re enough possibilites ot sit and cuddle.

The view from the top of the lighthouse at Aspen Fell Endless

The view from the top of the lighthouse at Aspen Fell Endless

Aspen Fell Endless: The Waterfalls

Aspen Fell Endless: The Waterfalls

Diomita relaxing after climbing up the rocks at Aspen Fell Endless

Diomita relaxing after climbing up the rocks at Aspen Fell Endless

At the lighthouse at Aspen Fell Endless

At the lighthouse at Aspen Fell Endless

You can also walk over old wooden planks through marsh districts and have a view on the sea. Or you can play the piano that is somwhere in the middle of the island. I took a lot of pictures particular as I explored together with slave Flo and sklavin Gebby. Thus the pictures are not only capturing the landscape and highlights of Aspen Fell Endless but are spiced up with the slaves. I hope you get an impression of Aspen Fell Endless.

Aspen Fell Endless - The Love Sign

Aspen Fell Endless – The Love Sign

Aspen Fell Endless - Playing the piano in the middle of nothing

Aspen Fell Endless – Playing the piano in the middle of nothing

Aspen fell Endless is for sure worth a visit. It combines some surrealistic elements with rural landscapes as well as with maritime settings. Exploring it made me a bit melancholic though and I missed a clear focus. But that is maybe also what makes the sim interesting and different.
Enjoy your visit!

Related link in Inara Pey’s Living in a Modemworld blog:
http://modemworld.me/2015/11/12/endless-beauty-in-second-life/

Landmark Aspen Fell Endless:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Aspen%20Fell/247/27/150

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  1. Trackback: Simploring 2017 (91) Aspen Fell Memories | Diomita and Jenny Maurer's Blog

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