Simploring 2019 (74) Summer Edge

Following Inara Pey’s blog post “A Summer Edge in Second Life” I visited Summer Edge Thursday, June 20th.

Summer Edge is a moderate homestead, owned and designed by Funky Banana (funkybananas), who also created Wild Edge, a sim which I visited in December 2018 (Simploring 2018 (110) Wild Edge). The landmark description is short but to the point: “A remote island with no inhabitants, perfect for an escape from everyday life. Beaches, cliffs and fields”

Summer Edge – bird’s eye view

The landing point on Summer Edge is at the end of a wooden pier from where you can either access the nearby beach or walk up to the green high plateau of the island. On the high plateau are some paths and at the cliffs you’ll find several wooden deckings form which you have a nice view over the sea.

Summer Edge bird’s eye views and at the landing point

The only building on Summer Edge is an old abandoned lighthouse. Of course I walked up to the top of it to enjoy the vew from up there.

Impressions of Summer Edge (1)

Summer Edge has no inhabitants yet the paths, the fences, some small wracks, the wooden pier and the deckings witness that the island is at least visited by humans. It could be part of a preserve area. The only animals you see on Summer Edge are birds, they seem to have their breeding area here.

Impressions of Summer Edge (2)

There’s not really much to see on Summer Edge but it is a prefect retreat, a place to wind down, to chat with your loved one. At the base of the lighthouse you find posing balls to take a particular picture. At the beach and on the decking you find numerous opportunities to sit and cuddle. It’s just an enjoyable peaceful island and as such it is outstanding.

Impressions of Summer Edge (3)

Thank you Funky for providing your sim to the public. During my visit Summer Edge was quite crowded but it is large enough, everyone found a cosy and peaceful corner. I enjoyed my visit a lot.

Landmark to Summer Edge
Flickr group
Inara Pey’s blogpost “A Summer Edge in Second Life”

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. John
    Jun 30, 2019 @ 15:50:33

    Reblogged this on KULTIVATE.


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