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Enter Title Here May 11, 2010

I suppose you’re officially a resident of a sim when your objects show up on the grid map, hehe. So there’s my big ol’ skybox displayed in the northeast corner of the Yeot sim below. The 3 basically identical modules of the duplicate Blue Feather Gallery to the one in Noru can clearly be seen.

Curiously, if you twirl the present map of Noru around 180 degrees, the currently functioning version of the Blue Feather Gallery occupies almost the same space as the duplicate in Yeot. Queer (remember it’s my “job” to notice such things, no matter how trivial they might seem on the surface).

And then Aotearoa is presently totally a void. My former neighbors, who now own most of my old land there, must have built something way up in the sky, because a lot of available prims have been used still, although no physical evidence on the ground tells one this.

Just to remind — I’m sure you remember this — Aotearoa, according to the primary Go board resonance with the Jeogeot continent as a whole, is the *twin to Yeot*. Details can be found here if you can’t remember. This is obviously very important to me, and one of the big reasons the decision to rent in Yeot was not that difficult. It will come down to Noru versus Yeot, but I personally don’t think Noru has a shot in this. The Blue Feather Gallery will be in one place or the other. Most likely it will move from Noru to Yeot in mid to late June.

*What I have already in Yeot I don’t have in Noru:

Already, a lot. Although it’s only a bit over a 1024 parcel on top of the property I rent in Noru, I have enough prims for a larger skybox (with the same Blue Feather Gallery setup, as mentioned before). The Noru Forest, once part of it was uprooted, — of course, not faulting my neighbor there but in retrospect it was probably a sign — it kind of messed up the overall vibe, along with some other events that were happening. I need to keep attached to Chilbo in some way. Perhaps I can rent a house again there from Zedd Zeppelin, my former landlord. And another part of this plan is to keep the Pudding Hill properties (3 1024s) I rent from LaMa Estates and move the Edwardston Station Gallery back there from its present location in Noru. The wildcard in all this is the Temple of TILE. It seems like, from what I’m writing here, that the temple will be rebuilt in Yeot.

And I haven’t talked to Hucka D. in quite a while about, well, anything. Perhaps best to check in on him tonight. “Hucka D.?”

Hucka D.:

Hi.

bb:

Hello to you. Wondering if you were ever going to show back up on the blog.

Hucka D.:

Well… it was inevitable. How’s the wife?

bb:

Oh fine. I’m assuming you approve of the move to Yeot. Or at least renting there.

Hucka D.:

Right. Difficult decision ahead. Noru or Yeot. There’s only one choice. You have your road ahead.

bb:

What is that pond — lake, pond — in Yeot, Hucka D.? It seems to be a key, perhaps The Key.

Hucka D.:

A Go piece. An egg. Double convex. The beginning. The end as well. Ong’s Hat. Go… Ong. Gong.

bb:

Sapphire really lived here, didn’t she?

Hucka D.:

She said she did. So: yes.

bb:

What is the significance of inserting Ol’ Granny into this pool, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

An atom. The beginning.

bb:

What was the conflict between Sapphire’s father (or, in other places, uncle) and Kou G. Uma.* Did Nathaniel Cornfield really steal a ship from this particular Kou, who lived or perhaps still lives in Meddletown?

Hucka D.:

The other Kou, your Japanese acquaintance, would call it Meddledown. But: yes.

bb:

And this was, or perhaps still is, The Arab?

Hucka D.:

Foreign One. 4orrin1. Yes.

bb:

I don’t know: is the ship the same as the fish?

Hucka D.:

The fish is VILE. Captured, for your viewing pleasure. Of course it’s not really captured at all, but a willing subject of study. You should talk to it. VILE speaks.

bb:

From VILE comes TILE[, though].

Hucka D.:

Yes. VILE into TILE. You have another crop circle now to study. The King is getting busy. Tricky!

bb:

All things seem to be leading up to trapping VILE in that pond, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause) Sapphire is happy. Atom. Uma. Alma.

bb:

42 I would assume. The answer to everything.

Hucka D.:

There is no reason to look beyond that pond now, baker b. Study, stare, listen.

bb:

Thank you.

*****

* I was later reminded by Hucka D. that Kou G Uma is actually called Uma G. Uma. Kou is instead the name of my Japanese explorer acquaintance whose website is described a bit in this earlier post.

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