Bridgewood Barrow

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow (1)

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow – the landing pier

Nestled at the end of nowhere lies Bridgewood Barrow.  A charming woodland with picturesque stretches of heath and moor to explore and enjoy. Explore the quiet tree lined paths and sea views,  Hidden amongst the beautiful scenery, curiosity awaits…”
That is the description of the Landmark leading to Bridgewood Barrow. Again I found the place following Inara’s blog who wrote about “Bridgewood Barrow: a cosy corner of Second Life“. As Inara already hinted in her blog title about Bridgewood Barrow, it is just a cosy corner of Second Life, consisting of a cafe, a pier (where you land), a curious Cottage, a wooden bridge and some walking paths connecting the spots. Harper Quinne (abysinnia) build this beautiful spot with many nice and cosy spaces to relax and enjoy, to take pictures or just to sit and mediate.

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow - the curious cottage

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow – the curious cottage

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow - Diomita sitting in the swinging seat in front of the cafe

July 17th: My visit to Bridgewood Barrow – Diomita sitting in the swinging seat in front of the cafe

The cafe and the curious cottage are fully furnitured and offer items to discover as well as spots to sit or lay inside. And in the cafe you can even dance. So there’s something for everybody. I enjoyed my short visit. Another proof how lovely and cosy Second Life can be. Thank you, Harper.

Landmark to Bridgewood Barrow
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Aurore/152/4/25
Link to Inara Pey’s blog post about Bridgewood Barrow
https://modemworld.me/2016/07/14/bridgewood-barrow-a-cosy-corner-of-second-life/

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Harper Quinne
    Jul 25, 2016 @ 22:09:48

    Thank you for visiting Bridgewood Barrow and thank you o much for writing a blog piece about your visit. Many Thanks, Harper…

    Reply

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