Baker Bloch is sliding deeper and deeper into the idea of buying land here. He sits on a boardwalk enjoying one of the many waterfalls the islands have to offer. But this one may be special, especially if he follows through on the main plan he’s turning over in his mind presently. I can hear the gears turning even now.
Yet another frozen pond, this time near the center of Otherland I. #3, as I’m calling it in this blog. Obviously not a suitable place for a fishing getaway. Baker Bloch has no interest in buying and learning to work an ice cutter. Too much trouble, plus I’m sure it’d be a bitch to tote all around the forests and mountains and shut. But it’s a beautiful lake anyway, with a considerable amount of protected forest on the mountain range to the east.
Here’s Baker Bloch walking that eastern range just mentioned to demonstrate the considerably forested aspect.
And then he finds this beautiful little peninsular area further north on Otherland I.#3, complete with obviously hungry, begger-type swans that seemed to follow him everywhere. Must be use to being fed by the locales, he reasons.
Very interesting winter wonderland. Enough so that Baker Bloch considered it picture-worthy anyways. Baker Bloch wonders how much a teepee like that would put him back. But here he’s thinking more prim count that Linden dollars here, mind you… as I read recently, prims are the *real* currency of SL, and I suppose it’s true.
Back on the west coast boardwalk of Otherland I. #1, Baker buys a $1 demo fishing pole complete with 5 free casts. After using two as practice on the boardwalk, and catching an actual fish with the second cast — something called a blue juv emporer — Baker is encouraged to head over to that potentially perfect fishing spot he’s had his eye one to test it out for real. He then is very disappointed to find that the rod indicates no fish are in the bay. Smart fishing pole! Well, that’s when it really started, because baker realized that the only way he and his extended family (Edna Blinker, Baker Blinker, Hucka D., Esbum Michigan) could fish here is if he himself bought the land and stocked the water in whatever way demanded by his chosen fishing pole. And that’s what he’s on the verge of doing.
Another shot of his fishing spot through the trees from just beyond the edge of the property he’s thinking of buying.