Eurobrats Headquarter – work in progress

After the mess last Saturday and the sim roll-back, I started again with refurbising our island at Mount Everest. The main idea is to adjust our island a bit to the islands of Sarah’s and of Virgo & Tyra. Hence the beach disco moves close to Sarah’s island where the decking and the main house were before and the higher part of the island shall be where the high suspension bridge connects our island with that of Virgo & Tyra.

Feb 28th: First attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters

Feb 28th: First attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats Headquarters

I added lots of cliffs to hide the structure below the higher part of the island. In the foreground you see the bridge to Sarah’s island, the beach disco and the slave’s home, Shangri-La. In the background you can see the suspension bridge to Virgo & Tyra’s island. While I was content with the leveling and layout, the higher part of the island looked way too symetric. In addition the cliffs do take some prims.
Today I improved the layout. I added a beach, that fits to the beach on Sarah’s island. and I replaced the cliffs with smoother hills except of the corner at the highest part with the chapel “The Keep” on top of it.

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters (1)

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats Headquarters (2)

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters (2)

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters (3)

March 1st: Second attempt for the refurbisment of Eurobrats headquarters (3)

Jenny and I are satisfied with this general layout now. Now I need to add again our decking and some of the stuff and gear we had before. And I need to work as a gardener and add trees and plants again. Those who saw me busy lately, please bear with me as I have to have some focussed time for building. The further refurbishment might take another week or more, but we’re not in a hurry at all. It’s great to have a change after all these years!

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