Last night I visited “The Keys”. It has been a while that I was exploring SL’s lovely sims and I followed a recommendation of Inara again (Discovering The Keys in Second Life). The name suggests a visit to Florida, but luckily I didn’t see any alligators. I just walked along the coast which offers very nice views. There are resident homes just by the water which have a nice view on the water and the beach offers many places to sit and look at the sea or to cuddle. As I began my exploring suddently a man showed up talking as Mr. Selfie:
“I’m definitely posting this!”
“Bloody hell, NO! The battery is empty!”
“Damn, I’m looking good!”
“Were you going to say something?”
“Hold on! Let me take a selfie!”
I turned around and saw him. Actually you can only hear and see him if you’re close. Really funny! I had to take a picture with him.
Then I continued discovering the Island, took a picture here and a picture there, just enjoying the landscape and the beach feeling and a bit of warmth and summer. I personally did not like the sounds. You can hear the sounds of a roundabout as well as wind chimes and other undefined sounds. Here are some impressions on my visit:
I was still at “The Keys” as slave Flo and Jenny came online. “The Keys” is an adult sim, so I could teleport slave Flo in although she’s still a living latex doll with a pacifier gag. Honestly, I don’t understand why the sim is adult, but for me it’s definitively an upside.
When you just walk along the shoreline you’ll get back to where you started. Thus I took Jenny and slave Flo to Mr. Selfie and we took a picture of us with him.
Inara summarizes in her more detailed description: “The Keys, while Adult rated, has been created with one thing in mind: photography. But whether you’re into SL photography, or simply enjoy exploring stunning regions, this is a place which should not be missed off any itinerary.” I fully agree to that.
Related link in Inara Pey’s Living in a Modemworld blog:
Landmark “The Keys”:
We ended last night with a visit to Mesmerize Dungeon where we winded down a bit after the wedding anniversary event the night before.