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6 minutes ago, XETERNALXLIGHTX said:

From time to time I enjoy visit old sims and discover areas from the early days of sl. 

So post some interesting locations, or speak about past sims like cornfield. 

Also I have a thing for old items and shareables. Did you know any locations u can find interesting stuff? 

Oooh. It'll be my pleasure :D

Love visiting old places, like 'da boom' where it all began, Sirens Isle, where the posers still pose, and Snowlands, still beautiful after all these years.

Cornfields. Still exists, and in Belli citizens chat,  not a week ago, Pru got sent there by Patch for going 'Sim Sim Sim Sim' deliberately, like that, four times in a row. How I laughed ! - http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/The_Corn_Field

Folk can find wonderful interesting and free stuff still at the Free Dove, and that includes decent mesh avatars too. My fave mesh polo shirt came from the Free Dove too, freee ! and it even has a color hud and I say that as a man who has spent 350 lindys on a polo shirt that was a bad fit. Lesson learnt.

'The Shelter' still exists, although the last Linden money tree finally disappeared sometime last year. Still a great place for newcomers though. In fact I shall pay a nostalgia visit there later today I think.

There. If this one does'nt earn me lots of likes I shall scweam and scweam until I'm sick.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, rasterscan said:

Oooh. It'll be my pleasure :D

Love visiting old places, like 'da boom' where it all began, Sirens Isle, where the posers still pose, and Snowlands, still beautiful after all these years.

Cornfields. Still exists, and in Belli citizens chat,  not a week ago, Pru got sent there by Patch for going 'Sim Sim Sim Sim' deliberately, like that, four times in a row. How I laughed ! - http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/The_Corn_Field

Folk can find wonderful interesting and free stuff still at the Free Dove, and that includes decent mesh avatars too. My fave mesh polo shirt came from the Free Dove too, freee ! and it even has a color hud and I say that as a man who has spent 350 lindys on a polo shirt that was a bad fit. Lesson learnt.

'The Shelter' still exists, although the last Linden money tree finally disappeared sometime last year. Still a great place for newcomers though. In fact I shall pay a nostalgia visit there later today I think.

There. If this one does'nt earn me lots of likes I shall scweam and scweam until I'm sick.

 

 

Oh cool. Whell I try to visit some areas before all turn to history!

Sometimes I shoot pictures. Like cardpostal. We have 2020 and I'don't know about sl but areas tend to go in memories. 

Also I joined second life fairly recent and I never had the chance to see most of the place I read about.  

I seek relics like linden bears or items that somehow remain after all this year's around.  I can find some old stuff in mplace.  Still I like to colect comemorative old items and such. 

 

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If you want a Linden Bear, I found the "Magellan Linden Bear" last year
 http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Columbia/172/113/30

For old places, you have to visit Svarga.
Back in the day Svarga was the most amazing looking place in SL, about the most visited and active too.
I have been told LL beta tested voice chat in it, it is so significant that LL bought it to preserve it as is, if I am not mistaken it was all built without any sculpties (let alone mesh) and it still looks amazing today.
The performance in it, because they didn't put a 1024x1024 on absolutely everything is also a dream.
 http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Svarga/7/124/22

Edited by Dean Haystack
Correct SLURL to Svarga.
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A lovely old place I like to visit is the Particle Laboratory at Teal (and old region) and the vehicle laboratory. If you can handle looking at builds made with prims in the old way, rather than mesh, you may enjoy it.

The Particle lab has a lovely ongoing particle show (great to chill out to) with a learning center (the vehicle lab is a learning center too).

It's a great piece of SL history to me. I went there towards the end of last year and was so pleased to see it was still going.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Teal/190/50/22

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Teal/188/37/301

(I've written a overview in this blog post)

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