Diary 2017 (211) December 13th – Alone

Wednesday, December 13th, Mistress Jenny was offline due to her RL. And when I came inworld at night, I was alone. I decided to go simploring and went to Holiday Trace (see yesterday’s entry here). Upon my return home, there was still no slave around. Hence I changed into something more kinky and went to The Secret House where I met Argi. It did not take long and I had a sub kneeling at my feet and soon after slave Adarra came inworld and joined us. I enjoyed some eye candy and chatted, then I took slave Adarra home to look after slave kelly.

December 13th at Teh Secret House: Diomita with slave Adarra and another Sub, Argi is sitting in the background

As slave kelly and slave Adarra did not have much time together so far, I took both to our office and made slave kelly exploring slave Adarra in her particular way. I wanted to hear slave Adarra begging for more but her RL kicked in and she had to leave all of a sudden. I admit that watching did arouse me, hence I enjoyed slave kelly’s tongue. She has a talent *winks*. My night ended at The Secret House with slave kelly at my feet.

December 13th: slave kelly and slave Adarra (upper left) / Diomita and slave kelly (lower left) / Diomita and slave kelly at The Secret House (right)

Overall, I had an enjoyable and literally satisfying time.

Simploring 2017 (99) Holiday Trace

I had several simploring tours to the “Trace”-series of sims, all designed by Kylie Jaxxon and Elvira Kytori. Last year in November I visited Summer Trace, Fall Trace and Winter Trace. And now I came across Inara Pey’s blog entry “Holiday Trace in Second Life“. Of course I visited Holiday Trace, owned and designed by Kylie Jaxxon.

Holiday Trace – overview

Holiday Trace is outstanding. You arrive at a station where a big steam locomotive just arrived. On the platform is some luggage from the passengers. The station is decorated for the season. And it is cold, really cold. At Holiday Trace it is snowing everywhere. At the station is one shop (Carnaby Street) and around the corner is a Pub (Oliver’s Tavern). The station itself is worth a visit. Have a look inside and enjoy the details, everything fits!

Holiday Trace – Landingpoint and station

Holiday Trace – Inside and outside of Oliver’s Tavern

From the station there’s just one paved way leading to a frozen pond, where children are ice scating. Not far away is a chapel and a fountain. From the chapel you can walk through the snow to a covered bridge and from there to a farm, which is now a christmas tree farm as it is the holiday season. There’s also one residential home. What makes Holiday Trace that outstanding is the nature. I could really sense the cold and the views you get on frozen becks and creeks, snow covered trees, the cold sea and the surrounding mountains are just WOW. You can also see some animals, moose, horses, dogs and birds.

Impressions of Holiday Trace (1)

Impressions of Holiday Trace (2)

Of course Holiday Trace is decorated for the season, but not at all kitchy. A snowman here and there, a Christmas wreath at the door, a Christmas tree inside or decorated street lamps, but not too much to become overloaded. I found several places to sit and cuddle (hint: try in particular the two sleighs). And I walked around and took many, many pictures. Holiday Trace is a winter wonderland for photographers and romantic people, an escape from our real life, just perfect for Second Life.

Impressions of Holiday Trace (3)

Thank you Kylie Jaxxon for making some of our dreams come true at least virtually. Don’t miss visiting this gem. I for my part fully enjoyed my hour exploring Holiday Trace.

Landmark to Holiday Trace
Inara Pey’s blog post “Holiday Trace in Second Life”