Yay for Kun-Tei-Ner

I first saw pictures of this place on Maddy Gynoid’s blog, so I rushed over. It sounded to me like a maze made of shipping containers.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fallen%20Angel/115/179/22

Blue arrows lead the way. Once, I fell in the water and had to grab a seat in a chair to resume my journey, since there is no flying.

I stayed a long time, but luckily there was a Pizza Place. so I had lunch and then continued.

I found some cute dogs and some dolls of the kind that Seraphim Placebo likes.

I looked around the the highest point and hoped there would be a sitting pose up there, and yes, there was!

And then I chose another seat by these seals, surprising a sunbather. And then, I stopped my journey so that I could quick write this blog.

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7 Stones

Baker Bloch’s blog has been quiet for several days, so I went over to see if any of the gang were at home. I drove down route 13 in Siliconis and then offroad up to the snowman holding the Artist Alley sign.

I slid down the hill and got stuck, so I abandoned the car.
I first visited the library and got some new books from Mr. Bean.

I was looking for the new 7 Stones Pillar and the Town Hall.

How many stones do you see in this pillar?

I counted the stones several times, and decided that the base stone is a foundation stone and not part of the pillar. Here is a landmark to the pillar so that you can check my addition.
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Fordham/70/2/92

Now, one thing I like to do at Baker’s gallery is try to become a part of one of his collages. I look pretty good in this one.

I pretend I have been to Prairie Street.

My car is still stuck there, but I got three new magazines, a bookcase full of books, and this selfie.

I would call this healthy art.

DB Bailey created a stage for good health.
I tried all the teleports.
And walked down every hall.

Boston University Medical School has put rules for good health in a beautiful setting. One section is designed to introduce new avatars to Secondlife, including walking, changing clothes, opening boxes, etc., and has a game where you hop on a pogo stick and answer health questions, moving forward and backward.

Trying the zipline. All the exercises were great.
Photographers will quit exercising and just take snapshots.

I think I stayed for more than one hour, trying everything. And I got a free avatar that changed colors while I floated in the water watching a kaleidoscope!
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/See%20Yourself%20Health/146/121/23

Delicatessen in the real world.

Art Alert! In Porto, Portugal at CRU Gallery. Meilo Minotaur and Capcat Ragu will display stories, photos and videos which they collected over the past year at the “Tell Me A Story” exhibit. The dates are May 4 to June 28.


Second Life as an art medium inspires photographers, writers, and film makers to capture and share ideas based on the work of other artists. Flickr is one place where we can share our work, and I first heard of this exhibit there.


“Meilo Minotaur asked Second Life users to tell a story that linked the various scenes of her digital 3D installation. On the wall you can see several pictures of the virtual installation, threads of color course through the pictures, linking them to the verbal stories you can listen to in the headphones.”

If you cannot travel to Portugal, you can see many photos and videos here.

On the Move

A whole lot of moving going on.

First of all, a new continent of Linden homes opened up, which encouraged a mass immigration of people moving up to larger and fancier houses. Second, the Baker Gang moved over to Fordham, and set up a whole city in two days. Third, I moved over to Catocala, and erected one house, on which I spent three days trying to get the wall color just right.

And now I will bring in some furniture. And cats. There should be cats at Catocala.

Dim Sum Gardens

I saw some cherry trees in the distance and when I went in closer I was astounded at the beauty of the garden that I found. Occupying a whole sim, Dim Sum Gardens has beautiful buildings, boats, rafts, wildlife, statues. It’s a wonderful scene in every direction. Just keep walking!