The only animal sea life I could find in Rubisea. A lonesome fish called a “Roach” in its description.
A tiny raft with a steering pole is the only object floating on the water.
And then the only sea plant life in the lake/sea: some kind of grass (no description found). Perhaps strangely, Baker Bloch, again in checking behind himself today, finds that someone has planted a large pine tree on the sea’s bottom, and right beside this grass. Quite out of place!
A dock on the north side.
Rocks on the west side slope.
Baker finds a nice perch from which to take in the nighttime glory of Rubisea.
Up on the north edge of the ridge, Baker Bloch is able to look down at the neighboring, larger pool of water, presently unnamed. Could this be, though, some kind of parallel with Grasmere Lake, which is similarly near Rydal Water and considerably larger? I’ll have to take a closer look at those Rydal and also Grasmere related collages to get a better grasp on this newish idea.
Dawn breaks as Baker returns to the western slope above Rubisea, with the chapel mentioned before positioned just above.