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Loose Thoughts… June 11, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Pond District,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:57 am

I’m in a very good situation now as far as property and creative developments go, best in SL so far. But SL is so changeable: will the Blue Feather Gallery live on after the current exhibit? (which I’ll provide pictures for very soon — perhaps tomorrow??). I don’t think I’m leaving Rubi again, but who knows. Can’t see it; really and truly think I’ve found a virtual home this time. Did before — but gave it up. The new Rubi property is better, at least for current needs (home for both the Edwardston Station Gallery and the Temple of TILE). But will I keep both the Rubi and Noru land, or sacrifice Noru to purchase land elsewhere? I’m thinking the latter now. What of my relation to Chilbo? — I think this goes back to the Noru-Chilbo duality (and before that the Norum-Chilbol coupling). Is there more mythology on Jeogeot and Chilbo-Noru to continue my virtual base there? The focus, currently, is certainly away from Noru and in Rubi and the Pond District. But Hucka D. seemed to hint around that I can’t escape Jeogeot, and *that* is my true virtual home. Good to have one too many choices, I suppose, than one too few or none at all. Rubi is rock solid now, and the Temple of TILE is still developing although phase 1 seems to be complete. And I still have a considerable amount of prims to work with in Rubi… what to do there? Open up a newer, smaller version of the Blue Feather?

For now I just need to keep developing the Pond District mythology and then go from there. If Jeogeot becomes the focus again so be it. Read over blogs that highlight Heterocera, which are certainly more numerous than ones that go into depth about Jeogeot (despite the latter being a considerably larger continent).

I may be back.

*****

“I’m back.”

Hucka D.:

Hi. Did you find the hole?

bb:

I think so. Was it the grandfather clock?

Hucka D.:

Your Temple of TILE is almost complete. That is a hole?

bb:

Portal?

Hucka D.:

How do you like Ratcliff?

bb:

Very interesting indeed. Needs a bit more vegetation but that’s about my only complaint. So much more could be made with the natural lake.

Hucka D.:

Lake Sesia?

bb:

Yeah.

Hucka D.:

Like what?

bb:

A vast park. Like Pruni Park nearby.

Hucka D.:

You need to discuss that in the blog soon.

bb:

Right-o. Where’d Sapphire go?

Hucka D.:

You are focusing on Heterocera now and she is not needed.

bb:

So it’s just you and me.

Hucka D.:

For now…

bb:

What do *you* think of Ratcliff… and the Pond District?

Hucka D.:

TILE. TILE was and will be there. The microcosm. The King. Red and blue pills all. Oleanistantinople. Wavy formation in air and sea. Istilbitilloopil.

bb:

Hmm. (pause) What of the Queen? And how is Baker Blinker doing? *And*, exactly where is your bee avatar body located now?

Hucka D.:

They’re all at the temple still. Temple Farm, not Temple of TILE. But the 2 are connected.

bb:

Are we in the Matrix??

Hucka D.:

Well, duh.

bb:

Yeah, Second Life and all. Has to be a Matrix.

Hucka D.:

You can just get out easier. Log off and all.

bb:

You said Nathaneil came to Ratcliff but turned into Natalee in the process. Connected to a Blue Feather curse.

Hucka D.:

What to do with the Blue Feather Gallery? Too nice to give up. Only 15 dollars more a month.

bb:

For them, I suppose, the Matrix is real life, not Second Life.

Hucka D.:

They were trapped… they couldn’t get back [to Real Life].

bb:

He *bought* the Barracuda, an inverted Arab I suppose, from the Gypsies of The Moon.

Hucka D.;

For a specific purpose: to get back. Home.

bb:

It’s not Arcadia Asylum’s cargo ship — that’s just more a symbol. It was that other ship, the ship that didn’t look much like a ship I found in the Eunhaeng wastelands.

Hucka D.

That was it (!)

bb:

By Arcadia, then, but not the ship… but the *real* ship.

Hucka D.:

It was in the back alley behind The King’s store.

bb:

“All White Horses,” you mean.

Hucka D.:

It was a dimension hopper. Time travel was possible. Down the Rabbit Hole.

bb;

A bug in the system. Ratcliff, the people there, were able to burrow deep into the ground for that reason. Like the Rabbit Hole of Blackmount, only much larger.

Hucka D.:

The ship then was able to enter the hole. It went all the way to China. In a manner of speaking.

bb:

It was a Linden experiment.

Hucka D.:

A bug. The Ancients, not the Lindens, controlled.

bb:

The King!

Hucka D.:

Yes. He controlled. The entrance [anyway].

bb;

Very interesting! But I have a feeling…

Hucka D. (completing bb’s thoughts):

Yes, it was in the way. White’s Bike store was especially annoyed. Took up most of the rear court. Others were more interested.

bb:

Maybe it’s the other way around. White’s Bikes was *too* interested.

Hucka D.:

Esbum’s Missing Piece, born in the Temple of TILE after all, the 37th tile beyond 36, is an early copy. Version, I mean.

bb:

We better end. We’ll take this up again soon!

Hucka D.:

Thank *you*.

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2 Responses to “Loose Thoughts…”

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