Simploring 2019 (83) Whimberly 2019

When I visited Scarlett Island (Simploring 2019 (82) Scarlett Isle), which was designed and landscaped by Staubi Reilig (engelsstaub), I decided that I had to visit Whimberly again, which I visited in 2017 (Simploring 2017 (7) Whimberly) and in 2018 (Simploring 2018 (3) Whimberly revisited ). And I didn’t hesitate long and went to Whimberly the very next day already.

Whimberly is an adult homestead, designed and owned by Staubi Reilig (engelsstaub) and after seeing Scarlett island the day before I can clearly see Staubi’s style – and I like it!

Staubi is a girl from Germany. She’s inspired by fashion, landscapes, people and music. She expresses herself through fashion, outfits and daily lifestyle in Second Life. Staubi makes interior design as well as landscaping, she takes photographs and she has her own blog.

Whimberly 2019 – overview

Whimberly is layed out as one big island. A suspension bridge connects the island with a small island which is occupied by a light house. The main island is cut into 2 parts by an inlet that ends in a pond with a waterfall. This way Whimberly‘s shape resembles an horseshoe. The landing is at a fountain garden. From there you have already a great view over to the lighthouse.

Impressions from Whimberly 2019 (1) – around the landing point

I began my simploring tour on foot, came to the boat rezzing pier and had a short boat tour. Then I continued on foot again and got to the big canola field. It is very large and reminded me of my home in Northern Germany. The blooming canola is a feast for the eyes.

Impressions from Whimberly 2019 (2) – blooming canola fields

The biggest building on Whimberly is the farm house. I went inside. It is all furnished with style and a you can discover a lot of details. The farm house would fit into a Mediterrean surrounding. Imagine to live in a house like this! I enjoyed the view from the balcony over the canola field.

Impressions from Whimberly 2019 (3) – the farm bouse, the seaview decking and the dance decking

I went to the shore again and discovered the seaview decking. It was already occupied during my visit, hence I just took a picture. It is a really nice place to sit. I went to the dance decking instead where I made a short rest and enjoyed the views. Whimberly is designed quite naturally and at the same time it is that lovely that it can’t be real. I made really a lot of pictures. By the way, of course you can dance at the dance decking.

Impressions from Whimberly 2019 (4) – around the beach house

My next stop was at the beach house. This house is also furnished and invites to sit down either inside or outside. I liked the beach chair on the seaside terrace. There are two more beach chairs close to the beach house. From those you have a nice view at the lighthouse and over the beach. I walked to the lighthouse from where you have more great views on Whimberly and there’re another two beach chairs. Staubi seems to like them just like I do *winks*

Impressions from Whimberly 2019 (5) – the lighthouse and the inlet with waterfall

Finally I explored the inlet and the waterfall. The atmosphere is quite different there because you lose the view on the sea. There’re some birds and blooming flowers. And the inlet is another great spot for photographers. I really enjoyed my visit to Whimberly once again. It seems that I have to visit it at least once per year. I’ll end this simploring report with the landmark’s description from Staubi: “Come and explore the spring themed location called “Whimberly”. Enjoy your stay, take lots of pictures, meet friends an above all have fun!

Thank you Staubi for sharing this lovely sim with the public. I did enjoy almost a whole afternoon exploring and enjoying it!

Landmark to Whimberly
Whimberly Flickr group
Staubi’s blog

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