Hide & Seek Winter Wonderland

In August I visited Hide & Seek the first time and wrote about it here. The post ended with: “I really enjoyed my visit and would like to hide there more often.” As so often in life I only intended to visit again but I didn’t find the time for it. And just a few days ago I got a notecard titeled “{Hide & Seek} Winter Wonderland now OPEN!”.

November 27th: A visit to Hide & Seek Winter Wonderland

November 27th: A visit to Hide & Seek Winter Wonderland

You arrive at Hide & Seek at a train station and are welcomed with the words “Have you been a good girl this year? HoHoHo – Merry Christmas everyone!” (supposed you have your sound on). Outside is a lovely snowy town, decorated for the season and below the station’s clock is a board indicating the days left until Christmas. The name of the sim really fits – it’s a wonderland, just like you wish the world around you to be during the season: All covered with snow, nicely decorated, peaceful, cold and sunny and inviting to stay. 20161127-hide-seek-winter-wonderland_016At the end of the town is a big frozen pond for ice skating and behind it is a hut. I went to the hut and inside and it is such a nice place to stay and dream or to have a chat with a close friend. As with the “Summer”-edition of Hide & Seek, there are again mayn places to sit and cuddle or as the name implies to hide.

November 27th: Hiding at Hide & Seek Winter Wonderland

November 27th: Hiding at Hide & Seek Winter Wonderland

Thank you Seth Theodore Reign (sethcohen.nirvana) for providing this hideaway for us.

Landmark to Hide & Seek
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Kahlo/32/229/22
Hide & Seek in this blog
https://themaurers.me/2016/08/07/hide-seek/

Hide & Seek

Hide & Seek is a lovely island open to the public for a limited time. The sim is owned by Seth Theodore delwood-reign (sethcohen.nirvana). I came across it once again following Inara Pey’s Living in a Modemworld blog where you can read a much more detailed description of Hide and Seek in Second Life.

August 6th: Diomita at Hide & Seek

August 6th: Diomita at Hide & Seek

The name says it all: You can explore the island seeking a place to hide or to mediate and you will most probably find it. The beach is for sure a bit more public but I like it very much. Friday night I sat there and enjoyed the view before it was time to go dancing.

August th: Diomita at Hide & Seek beach

August 5th: Diomita at Hide & Seek beach

On the island you’ll find also a quite large forest. There are some quiet spots like a hanging chair to cuddle or to dream, a camp with a campfire and an old drive-in cinema. Just perfect to hide or to cuddle in a nice environment.

Augsut 5th: Diomita Relaxing in the hanging chair at Hide & Seek

August 6th: Diomita relaxing in the hanging chair at Hide & Seek

August 6th: drive-in Cinema at Hide & Seek

August 6th: drive-in cinema at Hide & Seek

August 6th: Diomita eating popcorn at Hide & Seek drive-in cinema

August 6th: Diomita eating popcorn at Hide & Seek drive-in Cinema

Another beautiful place to visit. I don’t get tired exploring Second Life and the creativity of it’s residents. Thank you Seth for providing your place to the public. I just hope you keep it public for a long time. I really enjoyed my visit and would like to hide there more often.

Landmark to Hide&Seek:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Kahlo/32/229/22
Inara Pey’s blog article:
https://modemworld.me/2016/08/02/hide-and-seek-in-second-life/