"I’m actually not a great fan of the Halloween season. I’m not sure why; it’s just something that has never really held any significant appeal. However, within Second Life, there is one part of the spooky season (to use the overworked expression beloved of local news anchors on the TV) that I absolutely do enjoy each year – and that’s the annual Calas Galadhon Halloween region that Tymus Tenk and Truck Meredith put together as a creative tour de force for everyone to enjoy, both by exploring it and in attending the entertainments they and their team lay on throughout the month." Read more on the blog.
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"Welcome to the Glitch Motel, a cozy little place nestled among the trees just off the main road. They have many amenities on offer, like their bike hire for an easy way to travel around the grounds. There is also a large bathroom for their guests, however it’s currently undergoing maintenance. " Read more on the blog.
"Forgotten Souls is a “abandoned frontier town” type of place with some older and newer elements thrown in. The landing point drops you outside a cemetery, but you can’t enter directly from this side so I took a wander." Read more on the blog.
"Military Veterans are very active in SL, and I recently had the honor of meeting and talking with a Staff Sergeant who visited our memorial gardens." Read more on the blog.
"Missing Melody is now open. Please enjoy your stay. Watch your steps on the slippery slopes. And have fun." Details on Flickr.
"Can you fall in love with a destination? If it is possible, I think I have fallen in love. It was love at first sight, of those who take you suddenly and to which you can’t give a logical explanation. Maybe, I say maybe, Ghosts of Jericho touches some of the strings of the soul. Who knows." Read more on the blog.
"It’s been a while since I posted anything about my SL adventures, mainly since I haven’t had time for much. So I thought now we’re into “Halloween Month” in SL I should start again with a seasonal wander. So I headed to “Pumpkin Town”." Read more on the blog.
"The night is darkening around me - the wild winds coldly blow - but a tyrant spell has bound me and I cannot, cannot go ...A frightfully spooky evening very well spent at 'Tis Halloween at LeLoo's World ... take your camera, there are lots of spooky spots and photo opportunities for your photo album ... lovely" Read more on the blog.
"They were driving him crazy all day. He wanted to go that way. They wanted to go the other. He wanted to have burgers for lunch. They wanted a salad and frozen yogurt. Not to mention the endless bathroom breaks! He was exhausted! When they finally got to the cabin, they made such a wonderful dinner. As he was dozing off he even smiled to himself and thought that he forgives them." Read more on the Flickr.
"Pumpkin Town is a Halloween Village in Second Life. It was first build in 2010. Spooky buildings to visit, a beautiful autumn decor with a few spooky surprises. Perfect to hang out with your friends, take beautiful pictures or shop till you drop in our Halloween Themed Market filled with event exclusive items from amazing designers." Read more on the blog.
"This week on Monday September 28th, in a stunningly beautiful archive show, we look back to 2012 and exploring the lovely (and much missed) Alchemy Immortalis estate." Read more on the blog.
"Taking a wee break from the 'messy-mess' of decorating; as exciting as it all is with trying out all the paints, colours, effects and ideas and even though the paint is virtually odour-less ... I needed some air" Read more on the blog.
"I haven’t been around a lot because I’m still struggling a little with the asthma flareups (I wrote about that last time). It’s hard to concentrate. What takes me usually a few hours is taking me hours to complete because I can’t focus as well as I usually can. It makes me feel like I’ve fallen down the rabbit hole and met the Mad Hatter in Wonderland…" Read more on the blog.
"Poughkeepsie is a parcel covering just under a quarter of a Full region which has the bonus LI capacity applied, that was recently highlighted in the Destination Guide, prompting me to hop over and take a look." Read more on the blog.
"SL artist Kaiden Tray made this faithful recreation of the classic cinema location, complete with four free motel rooms (date night, anyone?), and the Bates mansion on the hill. Impressively, he made it from scratch, mainly using the recent TV show spinoff of Psycho for reference. " Read more on the blog.
"As flooded landscapes seem to be getting a new momentum in Second Life, I decided to pay a visit to an already classic location fitting that category on SL’s grid: Ocho Tango Place. As the name suggests, the parcel, which shares a region with sculptor Mistero Hifeng’s store, is described as a venue dedicated to tango music and dance." Read more on the blog.