Monday night, August 15th, was unusal as none of our slaves was online. That doesn’t happen often. I went roaming while I was alone and checked old landmarks of places that I visited and wrote about in this blog one year ago under the tag “exploring sims in Second Life” but they were gone in the meanwhile. Once again I experienced that the virtual world is steadily changing and you have to find a way to keep your memories. Finally I ended visiting BarDeco again, which I wrote about in February. The sim hasn’t changed but I discovered a gazebo with a nice animation for a singer. I don’t know if it was already there in February. Anyway, I enjoyed my second visit.
Also in February I visited High Water. This landmark was still active but the sim is gone – now it is “Port of Serenity“, owned by RavenSword Skytower. The landmark is described as follows “Come and visit our little spot of Serenity. Apartments for rent , house for rent, Pizza Parlor , Bowling Alley , Shopping , Shops for rent , Diner , Antiques Store , Coffee Shop . Skymenna Gallery and photostudio. Avatar Shapes , static poses , mesh item“.
I landed at a memorial and found out later talking with RavenSword that he build the memorial for two friends that he lost. You come across the connections between RL and SL often and I saw memorials before but this one touched me for what reason ever.
Port of Serenity is small town and build quite professionally. It is fun to walk around and explore it. There shall be a bowling arena soon and I should keep that in mind as I love doing that in Second Life every once in a while.
Landmark to BarDeco:
BarDeco in this blog:
Landmark to Port of Serenity:
I ended my simploring tour when Jenny came online. She allowed me to wear my small jewelery collar and we went clubbing, first at Mesmerize Dungeon, then at The Secret House. And still none of our subs and slaves were around, hence we chatted and looked around before retreating early. Here is a picture of us from Monday night because I simply like it.