Still on the Crow’s Foot property, Baker Bloch is able to teleport up to a type of planetarium, apparently created by the Crow’s Foot owner himself, one Woodrow Staple. Wonder if he knows anything about past warfare on the property Hucka D. has very recently referred to? — silly question: of course he doesn’t. Those memories would be wiped during the transition to the LL grid, hehe. Anyway the planetarium is quite interesting, having images of the Earth, Moon and some of the planets, including Mars, Jupiter and Mercury. Not Venus, perhaps curiously, nor Saturn, the other two visible planets from Earth besides the ones already mentioned. Is there some kind of hidden code within the planetarium? Baker Bloch also can’t find a way out of it once in. He has to teleport outside the property and reenter on foot. Just making a note of this.
Moving away from the perhaps still secret stashing Crow’s Foot, Baker soon comes across this more unusual object in Nari still, only a few meters from the southern edge of the 4 sim Hanja Welcome Center. Appears to be a bunch of crabs stuck together with the color drained from them, appearing in front of a dish with more aquatic life depicted on its surface. Ahh, I see: the owner of the parcel, Chalee Hester, herself has some characteristics of crabs judging by her profile picture. Perhaps her user is a fan of the occult science of astrology, and born in the sign of Cancer the Crab. Just venturing a guess.
Very ne corner of Nari, with “crab dish” just out of sight below the bottom of the picture frame here. Nice, grassy avenue of sorts down into lower areas…
… eventually leading Baker, after a journey through the entire length of the Changmi sim, to Route 10.
Biking back in the direction of Chilbo on Route 10.
Edge of Chilbo reached, with its patented red brick sidewalks lining both sides of the road beginning in Mindulle. Before Baker here is the new-ish Chilbo Community Annex station of this particular sim. More information about these annex stations can be found here.
Actually I see from these notes, or am reminded by them, that this is the first annex station of its kind. Just a couple of days ago another one of its type, representing the Mangyeong sim, was placed directly beside my Chilbo office on Route 10. Not sure how many more there are now. Should I be a liaison for Noru? Unfortunately I don’t think I have the space for it now that the Edwardston Station Gallery sits on the ground there. Besides… well, I’ll save serious or semi-serious discussion about the independent situation of Noru/Norum for later.
On the way back to Noru, Baker decides to bike past a site of one of his old rental properties in a residential area of Chilbo. Still no one else renting there. Shame.