Winter at The Mill

Last Sunday, November 27th, I went simploring and picked a recommendation of Inara Pey’s blog again “Wintertime at The Mill in Second Life“. Her description of “The Mill” is perfect as always, hence I have not that much to add again. For me it was not my first visit to The Mill. I visited the first time in spring 2016 (see here in this blog) also following a post of Inara.

November 27th: Returning to "The Mill" in winter

November 27th: Returning to “The Mill” in winter

Now the winter has come to The Mill and changed it quite a lot. First of all upon my arrival I got a “friendship”-bear offered. What a cute plush toy! I did recognize some key elements and had a deja vue seeing the pier and the sailing ship, or the mill itself of course.20161127-the-mill_019 But there’re now acitivies like sledding or ice skating and a zip line starting at the lighthouse. And you see some of winter animals like ice bears and penguins. As I did in spring I spent a relaxing hour in this lovely sim and enjoyed myself, used the sledding and the zip line and took quite a lot nice pictures.20161127-the-mill_020

November 27th: A lovely winter day at "The Mill"

November 27th: A lovely winter day at “The Mill”

Many thanks again to Maxie Daviau and Shakespeare (Skinnynilla) for providing your sim for a visit – and for the friendship bear of course!

Landmark “The Mill”
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pale%20Moonlight/179/92/24
Inara Pey’s blog about “The Mill”
https://modemworld.me/2016/11/24/wintertime-at-the-mill-in-second-life/
“The Mill” in this blog
https://themaurers.me/2016/03/13/the-mill/

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