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“Well… September 13, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Sapphire,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:26 am

… I woke up tonight guys and had the feeling that I shouldn’t have given up on Noru. Otaki was a carrot on a stick for some reason.”

Hucka D.:

To get you out of Norum. Sapphire wanted you to stay.

bb:

Thanks for that. I seem to be resolving energies of places and then moving on. First Rubi and the new Temple of TILE — gave it up. Not the building itself but the land. It is a fulfillment of the energies of Rubi, begun way back in August 08. Then the Norum property seems to have culimnated with the latest incarnation of the Blue Feather Gallery, and the “Jeogeot Through Art and Word” exhibit. Gave the land up again. Now it’s Otaki Gorge’s turn, seemingly, as I return to the Aotearoa general area. The gorge is only about 128 meters from my old land there. I own a whole sink. But I can’t help think I’ve been tricked.

Hucka D.:

No. No trick. We needed you in Otaki Gorge. Sink to match a [completed] synch.

bb:

Carrcass-4, you mean.

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause) And no.

bb:

Billfork… can I say that?

Hucka D.:

It’s in Floydadada. Might as well. (shrugs)

Sapphire:

And we needed to keep you out of trouble, baker Beach.

bb:

Hi Sapphire.

Sapphire:

TILE is an important thing now. True, Otaki Gorge is like a last gasp for Your Mainland. An island in a Sea of Void. We also had to get you away from the Baker sim, but not Isle of Baker necessarily. That can be a mainland base.

bb:

Where Baker Bloch was born in SL, after all.

Sapphire:

The house is inessential, though. You’re just going to light on Isle of Baker and fly around, after all. Isle of Baker can be your center. The campfire.

bb:

Yes.

Sapphire:

But keep doing that. Otaki Gorge is a longer, slower project to develop. You’ll see soon enough.

bb:

Glad you’re OK with this, Sapphire[ (purchasing of Otaki Gorge sink)].

Sapphire:

Had to happen. Last gasp.

Hucka D.:

Island.

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