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Finally! Out and About… March 20, 2010

Meeting Rock, mentioned a couple of times already in this blog. Doesn’t look all that impressive on the outside, but there’s a small opening on the top, hidden by rhododendron here, where the supposed meeting was held that gives the rock its past/present/future fame.

We’ll be coming back to this important rock and meeting place soon enough, I suspect. I’ll attempt to create a Frank/Herman Park map shortly as well.

Moving to STREAM and nearer my home, I was initially quite disappointed and frankly shocked to find what appeared to be this playhouse stuck on a rock at one of the my most important local spots, which I call Harrisonia. But once more there may be more than meets the eye here. Upon closer inspection, I was rather impressed and relieved at the time to find the small house, no longer than 6 feet, was built on a rock bared by an uprooted tree not felled by human hands.

Center of Harrisonia about 30-40 yards north. STREAM is just behind me as I take this picture.

Upon checking, I’m not really sure why I’ve never mentioned Harrisonia in this blog before, nor the neighboring True Labyrinth and False Labyrinth. But I haven’t. Time to rectify that obviously gross error of sorts with more pictures and related text.

 

Carrcasses… more explanations?

Filed under: Wiltshire (RL UK County) — baker Blinker @ 10:05 am

“Hucka D., Edna was confused about the carrcasses when she was reading my blog a couple of days ago. And if Edna is confused, then everyone is confused.”

Hucka D.:

Why don’t you explain that carrcasses are not a trail of murders you’ve accomplished (smiles).

bb:

No, but they represent wholes of de-energized or decommissioned audio-video meldings. When you combine the two in a tile, the two separate components become de-energized, I mean. So in this way the wholes are like carcasses or dead things left behind. Carrcass-4 (will just be) the latest in a long line.

Hucka D.:

This one will take a while. Get ready. It will be tied to crop circles. That’s why you had to send your Baker Bloch, your Baker Blinker, to Wiltshire. That’s why I had to go. Connections between First Life and Second Life will continue to be found there, or at least one or two more. But you are having problems with Second Life. It doesn’t seem to have even the gravity to keep your Baker Bloch there for longer than an hour.

bb:

It never did, really. Unless I was building something, like a gallery.

Hucka D.:

It’s always been tied to the blog, then. Where the blog goes — that’s the real energy source (at the time).

bb:

And now it’s in Wiltshire. Well… what about Silbury Hole, then, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

You must use your time machine and go back into the past to study crop circles appearing in that area. Hold on…

bb:

Fascinating. How’d *he* get there??

Hucka D.:

He’s the great, lost Ancient, a buddy and a type of brother to Karoz. He’s the one that didn’t form, along with the lava one.

bb:

[Delete name], you mean.

Hucka D.:

Yeah, but not that [delete name].

bb:

Right. Good to clarify that for the casual or non-casual reader of this blog. (pause) So what’s he doing there, then?

Hucka D.:

Digging a hole. Woop-te-do!

bb:

The world’s biggest hole, I assume.

Hucka D.:

Giant avatar for a giant task. Giants in those days, you know.

bb:

Will he move into the Crescent house with you-as-Hucka Doobie and Baker Blinker? Or will he be a new hiking buddy for the perhaps still exploring and wandering Baker Bloch?

Hucka D.:

Baker Bloch saw him on the edge of the cornfield on his way from the West Woods back to Cherhill and the Crescent House. He thought it was just the haze but it wasn’t.

bb:

From that photo — where’d you get that, by the way? — he looks like he’s wearing Silbury hole as a hat. Looks more like a hill there, but must be just the perspective.

Hucka D.:

He wears it on his head as a trophy.

bb:

We better end, I suppose.

Hucka D.;

[Delete name] has a place for The Bakers to live in Wiltshire. He owns the Mr. Blue Skies ufo that poked through the top of the Crescent House to abduct its owner, and also appeared above the Alton Barnes white horse at the same time. Now you know.

bb:

Can we live — I mean, can The Bakers live on his spaceship??

Hucka D.:

*Yes*. He flies it into the hole.

bb:

Thanks very much. Quite interesting!

Hucka D.:

Thank you. Good night. Or good day.