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This Cherry Manga sculpture is part of a larger object called Infinita Distance.  Cherry is one of the artists that I like the most.  here is the address of your store on the market and in the world.  



It also has its website for anyone who wants to know more about it.








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12 hours ago, Chuckey Jigsaw said:

Ohh, I really like those blooming bushes and the little palm trees. Which store are they from, please? :) 

The blooming trees on the lower deck are from Mesh Plants: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/147298

The one on the upper deck is from The Cube Republic: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/24072

Aaaand the trees are from 3D Trees: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/87763

Most of the other plants in there are from Studio-Skye (banana plant/cheese plants/etc): https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/14830

The palm trees are actually pretty massive when you first rez 'em, but they can be scaled down.

Hope that helps!

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A wonderful friend encouraged me to give the stilts a try, and it seems he was right: some great water gardens can be created.

I won't keep this home long, but it is being fun trying such a different landscaping for me. 



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I am happy to say that I think I have found my favourite Houseboat after some enthusiastic GOH participation :)

It's a square plot but benefits from being set back from neighbours with some public space behind and to one side. It is located near the Bellisseria Fairgrounds and offers some lovely sailing opportunities.

Now I just need to decorate the houseboat :) 





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7 minutes ago, Lloyd Overland said:

I am happy to say that I think I have found my favourite Houseboat after some enthusiastic GOH participation :)

It's a square plot but benefits from being set back from neighbours with some public space behind and to one side. It is located near the Bellisseria Fairgrounds and offers some lovely sailing opportunities.


That is a super fabulous location.  I'd actually give up my current houseboat for any of them in that region.

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On 03/01/2021 at 15:10, Elena Core said:

Um amigo maravilhoso me encorajou a experimentar as palafitas, e parece que ele estava certo: alguns grandes jardins aquáticos podem ser criados.

Não vou ficar com esta casa por muito tempo, mas está sendo divertido tentar um paisagismo tão diferente para mim. 



I can see in your photos the mix and references of the tropics and the Mediterranean. "Evoé"

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I freaking love the view from my living room in Rum Runners Reef.


I feel as though this large land mass and it's fellow clones(and perhaps some neighbors) are probably the nicest looking landscape-wise in the Stilts area. I haven't been everywhere, but so far these are my favorite regions to look at. There are so many trees and I am so for it.
Again, many thank yous to Fay for letting this spot go, and many thanks to RNGesus for blessing me with it(I had no idea it was a thing; hadn't been on the forums that day prior to getting it, but yay luck).

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It has been a very long time since I took time to post any pages from my journal, and I apologize for that. My horse and I have taken some long trips over the past months but there have been many distractions and, well, I have just not found time to sort through photos and post them.  Don't worry.  I am not going to dump the whole load on you now, but here's a short trip we took last fall.

We had been camping for the night in a secluded glen in the Gold Spitoon hills. (No, we didn't find the gold.)


My horse, with an eye on fire safety, reminded me to douse the campfire as we left.  Then we headed north and found the road that leads east to Bindlestiff.  We were going to be headed north, but Lake Vengerberg blocks the direct route, so we had to detour around it.


This is a lovely part of Bellisseria, close enough to the great Northern Sea that you can feel the cold winds blowing in from the coast.  It's quite hilly here, so the roads twist and turn to get around rocky areas and several good-sized lakes.


You know my horse by now, and his passion for flowers and butterflies.  It's not easy to tear him away. I just have to let him move at his own pace and tolerate his frequent stops to sniff in the shrubbery.


Here's the eastern end of Lake Vengerberg, where we could look across at the shoreline homes in Samandjanet Evening (which is a super name, BTW).  My horse snorted when he spotted an untended bonfire, but I assured him that the homeowner had probably just nipped inside to grab a beer.


Once we got around the east end of the lake, we turned north toward Gopher Mound. The land through here is a little flatter, but there are still enough large rock outcrops to make the roads wiggle around instead of following a straight path.


As we crossed into Gopher Mound, we reached the southern edge of the large ring lake that circles to the northern reaches of Katy O'Donnell and as far west as Crooked Posse and Harriet Spring.  I had heard that there are fine places to swim in the wider parts of the lake to the northwest.  (In fact, we did get there a few weeks after this trip, and the water was glorious, but that's a different story.)  This time, I wanted to head into the high woodlands that are encircled by the lake.


To get there, you have to cross on a rustic bridge in Buckskin, so we traveled west along the lake shore to get there. My horse gets nervous on these bridges, and I can't really blame him. The timbers are uneven and there are wide gaps between them where it would be easy to stumble and break a leg.

From the bridge, you can see the impressive hill in Pisgah, not far away.


It is well worth climbing to the top.  It's grassy most of the way, although you do have to pick your way around craggy rocks.  The view from the top is breathtaking.  I dismounted at the ridge crest. We gazed across the northern part of the ring lake and could glimpse the coast of the great Northern Sea through the trees. It's lovely and quiet up here, with only the sound of wind through the conifers.


So this was the end of the trip.  It wasn't a long or strenuous day, but we covered a bit of ground and saw enough to know that we'd need to plan another day or more.  I do envy the people who live up here.  Not enough to settle down myself, of course, because I love traveling too much to stay in one spot.  Still, can you imagine waking every morning to see country like this?  Just WOW.

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