The Adirondacks in Second Life

Diomita visiting the Adirondacks

Diomita visiting the Adirondacks

I found time for simploring again. This time Inara’s “Living in a Modemworld”-blog brought me to the Adirondacks. I’ve been there in RL and hence I was attracted by the title already. It is a demonstration region for Sera Bellic’s Lick Sim Designs. She writes about it “Experience the Adirondacks. Your gateway to endless fun. Come and sit a spell, take in the majestic views, experience the thrill of cliff diving and explore our many hidden spots to relax and visit with friends or cuddle with that special someone.”

Right when you land in the sim you’ll need to swim to get to the other shore to start exploring. Yet there’s not so much to see but nature, the forests and rocks. I walked around. It reminded me of hiking through the Adirondacks. The Region is very well made for those loving pure and lonesome nature. There’s not that much to do. You can sim, you can even try high diving from one ot the many rocks.

Diomita (yes, that's me in the picture) is high diving

Diomita (yes, that’s me in the picture) is high diving

Beside that enjoy the quietness and the views. You will find some places for camping and just for sitting and chatting (if you go with friends). If you join the Group you may rezz items for your pictures.

Dimita relaxing after high diving

Dimita relaxing after high diving

You will find a more detailled description in Inara’s blog “Experience the Adirondacks in Second Life” For those who love taking landscape pictures or seeking a timeout I can recommend the Adirondacks. Just don’t expect more that you’d expect from a visit in RL. Enjoy!

A quiet place embedded in nature: Experience the Adirondacks

A quiet place embedded in nature: Experience the Adirondacks

Related link in Inara Pey’s Living in a Modemworld blog:
http://modemworld.me/2016/02/05/experience-the-adirondacks-in-second-life/

Landmark “Experience the Adirondacks”:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Oyster%20Bay/7/179/23

 

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