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Around Blackmount December 26, 2010

Filed under: Blackmount Sink — baker Blinker @ 10:55 pm

TEXT SOON.

 

“Center of Gravity”

Filed under: Hucka D.,Sapphire,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 11:15 am

“Care to make any comments, Hucka D.?”

Hucka D.:

Pluto and Sharon locked in place as lovers. Common center of gravity between, not within each. Small and large, yes, but not so much difference as to matter greatly. This is the end of the solar system. This is what you are dealing with.

bb:

Jeogeot and Wazob?

Hucka D.:

Yes. What happens if you prepare the pod enclosure in that room[ Pod Pad]? 456 and Jack together materialize. The lock in place. Gloppy Goo front and foremost. 10 percent or sumtin or ‘nother, they demand. Probably prims. Primitives.

bb:

We hold out for the 1024. 234.

Hucka D.:

Will it work? That’s a question.

bb:

Well, I think Peter is there, setting it all up or acting as interpreter. The structure itself is the 456. Magic Square of 3. 3×3. 12345678 and then 9. Last. Pluto. Pluto and Sharon. Charon Sharon. Locked, faced. Eternal lovers.

Hucka D.:

Is this in Pietmond? Or Big Sink? Big… Sink.

bb:

The agreement is Big Ink (!)

Hucka D.:

Yes. Big I. comes to Big Sink in Big Ink incident. Stepping off a speeding train. What is implied?

bb:

Must be a virtual reality nested within a virtual reality. Since it’s so unreal.

Hucka D.:

What of Trivia Ratsuit? Played with 6 pie pieces of ROY G. BIV but without the I. Indigo, of course. Big I.

bb:

Loser dons the rat suit and probable reality is restarted.

Hucka. D.:

Catastrophe. Big Ink. Stepping off. Speeding bullet, locomotive. Stepping. 15.

bb:

Time had to be manipulated.

Hucka D.:

You are thinking too physical. This is symbol in action.

bb (pondering):

First The Arab rams into Big I. with its 7 castaways, soon to become 12 since you were pregnant.

Hucka D.:

7 white and 5 black, yes. Peter is the white black white. Black white black. Sumtin or ‘nother.

bb (continuing):

Then Big I. itself rams into Jeogeot.

Hucka D.:

It rams into the solid earthy thingamabob that becomes Jeogeot and all other mainland. It is first sink. How can this spacially be a one-to-one match, though?

bb (further pondering):

OK… so Big Ink never really happened. Big I. was Big Sink all along. The Arab landed in Big Sink, not Big Island.

Hucka D.:

Not correct enough.

bb (further further pondering):

Two Ink events, then, one for Arkansas and one for Missouri. Sunklands each.

Hucka D.:

Splat.

==========

Sapphire:

Rift. Threw everything off. EVERYTHING. Fracture. Fragile Ring, yes. Didn’t ring true. Rift.

bb:

Plant around, Sapphire?

Sapphire:

No. I don’t think so. He went to underground Sternberg.

bb:

OK, so Wazob — no, not Wazob, *Sharon* — wanted to make contact with Second Life and Jeogeot.

Sapphire:

Jeogeot is the new Wazob in Sharon’s eyes.

bb:

So they create Sunklands.

Hucka D.:

Splat.

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

Well… this changed everything.

Sapphire:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Not saying it.

Sapphire:

Poke around again.

bb:

Big Sink?

Sapphire:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Spu–el–la—-at.

==========

9 Become 1 Instead of 8

 

Loose Thoughts… Probably Bring In Hucka D. As Well… December 24, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:55 am

“Hi. I am here with a beer.”

bb:

Hi Hucka D. You here to listen to my loose thoughts?

Hucka D.:

I am here to loosen thoughts. So what do you think of that email?

bb:

I think Karoz swallowed Plant’s Zeppelin tube, which seems to be the same as a Wilson-Wheeler device… equally resonant forwards and backwards.

Hucka D.:

Right. That’s the lesson. Plant planted that at the center of Big Sink for you to find. And you did. Lab dog.

bb:

I wonder if Karoz stole the tube and then journeyed up the Korean Channel, only to be wisked away to Crabwoo and Maebaleia?

Hucka D.:

Where would he have stolen it from?

bb:

Peter? The next door neighbor?

Hucka D.;

How about Chilbol?

bb:

Then The Bill showed up to guide him to Crabwoo… “friends as one.” In the Tube…

*****

bb:

Plant finds the tube in the stream at Nowtown, takes it to Sternberg or runs away with it.

Hucka D.:

Blows up Zen City first. Not once but thrice. He would deny it but he did.

bb:

OK, so it’s very, very powerful.

Hucka D. (reinforcing):

It blows things to smitherines.

bb:

But then he was suppose to meet Page in Sternberg but Page decided not to become a Sunklands variant.

Hucka D.:

No, Plant was on his own after that. He gave up the tube, meaning he gave up Led Zeppelin. Or Lead Zeppelin in this case. Variant band. Like The Beetles.

bb:

The tube went into, er, synchronicities instead.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Sunklands. Sink, sank, sunk.

bb:

Why did he have to bury it in the center of Sunklands? Or Big Sink, I mean?

Hucka D.:

He had to become fully purified. He had to give Joplin back to Joplin. Jack. Jasper Newton. Jack.

bb:

I know this represents the song “Black Dog”, like the only, real thing in Joplin, Arkansas is Black Dog Design, Inc.

Hucka D.:

That is a center to build around. Timelessness. Answers the question, “Who’s Charles Muntz?”.

bb:

It’s queer Hucka D. I didn’t realize the association of SoSo with ZoSo. Just flew over my head for some reason. SoSo comes from Peter Gabriel’s So album, in combination with a descent of Peter from Great to Good to SoSo, you see.

Hucka D.:

But it’s obvious now. Who controls who? That’s a question to think over.

bb:

I will incorporate this tube into my own mythology.

Hucka D.:

Good. Where does the Zeppelin Tube come from, though?

bb:

Well… Foreign One.

Hucka D. (quoting):

A source of unlimited power that can only be used for good or evil.

bb:

Right. Good and evil again. Forwards and backwards.

Hucka D.:

It’s like gloppy goo.

bb:

Is it Winesap? Page 156?

Hucka D.:

78, 156, 234. All the numbers you need to know.

bb:

234, in checking, is number of prims available for a 1024 square meter plot in Second Life, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

All you need.

==========

bb:

So Page, or the Gloppy Goo, comes to the center of Second Life which is the center of Sunklands, which means Big Sink — Big Ink connection here, then — and says, give me 10 percent of the prims of Second Life. And Plant — someone, perhaps Peter — comes back and says, “How’s 234?”, which, like I said, is the number of prims available with a 1024 parcel. And Page and Plant (?) haggle and haggle and Plant convinces Page that that’s all you need, like *you* said. Then the house arrives, full of good or evil. 1024 purchased. Sunklands Central. Perhaps Love and Vile in one. Vile Is There Is All. The house comes from a past time paradise.

Hucka D.:

It comes from Big Island through the Big Ink. Think practical here.

bb:

Right. We’re back to the Big Ink, then. Just reading about the name origin of both Ink, Arkansas and Ink, Missouri today in one of my notebooks, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Stay the course. An agreement was reached. Jack. Joplin. Jack negotiated this. He is the 456.

bb:

We should end. Thank you.

Hucka D.:

Jack is the 456.

 

Re-enter the tile December 23, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:30 am

“I’d like to talk a little more about the Pietmond pod tonight, Hucka D. And Blackmount of course.”

Hucka D.:

There’s a pod in Blackmount as well. Follows the yellow brick road. Wellington road… sorry. Made by the Welsh. They like to complain. Jack missed the complaining. He’s on the moon of Pluto now. Sharon, wasn’t it? (smiles)

bb:

Hmmm… Charon, not Sharon. But there’s actually 3 moons found for Pluto now, Hucka D. But the other 2 are very small in comparison. Charon, in contrast, might be argued as a co-subplanet to Pluto, since it is so large — half the diameter of Pluto itself and with 1/8th the volume. And also both are in what that article calls a gravitational lock, which means they keep the same face to each other. Eternal lovers, perhaps. The name Charon was inspired by the nickname of the discoverer’s wife: Char, short for Charlene. So Sharon is close (!). Char and Shar, in effect. Very close.

Hucka D.:

Quite close, yes. Charon is to Pluto as Sharon is to Wazob. Was to Wazob. Think about that, then.

bb:

And also Chrysoberyl, which was nicknamed Chry. Like Char to Charon.*

*****

bb:

Well, I spent a bit of time attempting to find out where Jack Harkness beamed off to after Gwen gave him his Vortex manipulator wrist device[ at the end of Torchwood, Season 3]. No luck.

Hucka D.:

He went to a golden city in the sky, beyond Pluto. New York?

bb:

Moon and Pluto at once, then. Interesting!

Hucka D.:

Watch.

*****

bb:

Found it. Yes, it was a INSERT DIALOG.

==========

* the formerly independent country Sharon becomes Chrysoberyl province when it merges into Wazob, becoming, as this blog puts it, “the last “p” in the pod.” Chrysoberyl is the “P” province in Wazob’s use of letters for provinces. Only “Q”, Zircon province, lies beyond it in this alphabetical matching, with R-Z letters matched instead to provinces in Eoc, a kind of smaller, “buddy” country for Wazob just to its north.

And I’ll quote the “Name” section of Charon from its wikipedia article in full here, since this seems directly tied to this former, imaginary country named Sharon. Charon *does* equal Sharon in an in-joke, shibboleth kind of way (!)

Charon was originally known by the temporary designation S/1978 P 1, according to the then recently instituted convention. On June 24, 1978, Christy first suggested the name Charon as a scientific-sounding version of his wife Charlene’s nickname, “Char.”
Charon discovery image with description

Although colleagues at the Naval Observatory proposed Persephone, Christy stuck with Charon after discovering it coincidentally refers to a Greek mythological figure:[17] Charon is the ferryman of the dead, closely associated in myth with the god Hades, whom the Romans identified with their god Pluto. Official adoption of the name by the IAU would wait until late 1985 and was announced on January 3, 1986.[18]

There is minor debate over the preferred pronunciation of the name. The practice of following the classical pronunciation established for the mythological ferryman Charon is used by major English-language dictionaries such as the Merriam-Webster and Oxford English Dictionary.[19][20] These indicate only one pronunciation of “Charon” when referring specifically to Pluto’s moon: with an initial “k” sound. Speakers of languages other than English, and many English-speaking astronomers as well, follow this pronunciation.[21]

However, Christy himself pronounced the ch in the moon’s name as sh (IPA [ʃ]), after his wife Charlene. Because of this, as an acknowledgement of Christy and sometimes as an in-joke or shibboleth, the initial sh pronunciation is common among astronomers when speaking English,[22][21][23][24] and this is the prescribed pronunciation at NASA and of the New Horizons Pluto mission team.[25][26]

 

Teepot Shrunk, Shrunk, Gone. But: Another Sink. December 22, 2010

Filed under: Blackmount Sink — baker Blinker @ 3:07 am

New land in the heart of the Blackmount Sink. But I had to essentially give up any future development in Teepot, which is a dead town now.

As of last night, Gallery Jack has been deleted from Teepot, since I decided to reinstate the Edwardston Station Gallery and the full “Art 10×10” on my Blackmount lot. Below shows borrowed elements from Gallery Jack that I chose to insert in an open woods area this time. I’ve already set up my art kiosk again, with a corresponding change in names (Gallery Jack > Edwardston Station Gallery).

The Rookwood Cottage also found in Pietmond (and formerly in Teepot) sits beside this central area. A fence separates my property from the one to the north. Hope I’ve found some good neighbors.

Overhead view of my forested parcel. The official Linden highway known now as Wellington Road lies to the north. My land does not border road land.

The “standard, cube” version of the Edwardston Sta. Gallery is positioned over 200 meters up in the sky this time. You teleport directly up and inside at the lowest part of the central shaft area, with an almost transparent floor. Not quite but almost. Blackmount Sink directly below, of course — nice view. As evident from this photo, Baker could somehow still see the red statue on his grounds far below, even though it lies considerably beyond his current 128 meter draw. Part of the Blackmount Sink magic?

Central shaft with spinning Blue Feather Sea cube.

Baker back safely on the ground after taking the above snapshots of the newest version ESG for this blog.

Baker sitting on the porch of Peter Frampton’s trailer just beside my lot. The 3rd sculpture on the grounds, the red one mentioned before, is on a low ridge just above the other two (Newton and Jasper), blocked from view by the trees to the left.

I believe this curled up, matching red figure might represent Jack himself, sort of along the lines of the old riddle, “What’s black and white and red all over.” Jack can be Jasper (black), Newton (white), and himself (red) “all over,” then. Maybe more of that mythology will be developed soon. But as I’m writing this, I’m wondering if it could eventually be connected to *this* Jack, perhaps along with other things…

… because *just* up the hill lies the Anglo-Saxon Rabbit Hole Baker has visited several times for this blog, with his last journey found in this October blog entry. Notice in this picture from that post, a Torchwood themed book with a picture of Jack Harkness on it was discovered at the time.

Big question now: will the Edwardston Station Gallery *stay* in Blackmount? Or will it soon be replaced by something else. I *like* it here — but that’s never kept me from changing structures out rather quickly. Safe to say that the ESG is suppose to be here at this time, and that the ground configuration below it — added Gallery Jack elements — seems a natural development as well.

I should also mention here that Blackmount Sink is, believe it or not, the only sink of the 6 in Sunklands that I haven’t either rented in or owned property in up until now. So I suppose that was an attraction to buying available land there as well — completing a circle of sorts.

2 Jacks.

 

Gloppy Goo December 21, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:06 am

“The information, yes, could come from anywhere, but 2 synchers especially could come in line with each other. Plant, yes. Peter engineered Plant. Or not.”

bb:

Thanks Hucka D. (pause) Is the tube a container for viruses, then?

Hucka D.:

The tube is key. Key River key.

bb:

This has something to do with backwards masking, then.

Hucka D.:

And the golden guy throat. Tube is throat here.

bb:

I’m going to have to research this tube, this Zep tube. A spiral forward and backward at once?

Hucka D.:

Stairway is a peak Zeppelin song. Perhaps Plant Variant wanted to use it in several ways in his Sunklands existence.

bb:

So it’s not really the other song I was thinking about.

Hucka D.:

No. It’s Stairway. Probably.

bb:

Stairway represents the whole. Wait…

Hucka D.:

Hole.

bb:

Switching subjects, Hucka D., Pietmond seems complete now. Rental land given back. Forests deleted. Still quite a few prims to work with. But I’ll simply have to save it for future projects. The last bit of change is adding the alien to the Underground, and then providing a teleporter up to what I assume is his (her?) UFO spaceship, now again hovering about the cityscape. Hold on please.

Hucka D.:

That’s Casey The Alien. Colgate Casey, because they speak their surname first on that planet. Calypso Zeldorph Wasitksa The Fourth.

bb:

You gonna let that stand?

Hucka D.:

Let’s just call [the planet] SID, then. Shout it: SID.

bb:

So the alien has the same name as one of the gallery exhibitors in Pietmond now, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes, but a different origin. This is Casey, Illinois, and, a bit, Edgar Cayce. And your cat [Casey].*

bb:

Yellow and green.

Hucka D.:

Right… split.

bb:

Is it a new collage series? How about Montrose?

Hucka D.:

Probably not, eh?

bb:

Still…

Hucka D.:

There is a new collage series coming up, baker b. I don’t know the name, though. I won’t even try this time.

*****

bb:

Want to talk of the Pod Pad more tonight, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause) You start.

bb:

I think it’s like the Torchwood mini-series Children of Earth. I think it was *engineered* to alien specs, allowing them to make contact with Pietmond. They demanded 10 percent of something from Second Life.

Hucka D.:

Prims. They wanted prims. These Ancients did.

bb:

Maybe, Hucka D. They’re obviously from Pluto. Or the Moon and Pluto combined.

Hucka D.:

You are the last one in that pod. P inside LMNO. Do you wish to continue a Wazob-Jeogeot melding or not, baker b.?

bb:

Not sure. Best, perhaps, just to break the contact.

Hucka D.:

Then Pietmond will fail.

bb:

What do you suggest?

Hucka D.:

Renewing the contact. Find out about the tube and Plant. I’m not sure we can speak with him any longer on this blog, but perhaps you can return to Nowtown and Zen City, to Sternberg. Rent on that side of the continent. You’re not through with Jeogeot yet, *golden guy.*

bb:

Hmm… is Plant also Elvis? Perhaps the same Elvis I saw in the more southern of the two Eunhaeng houses, deleted within the last month or so.

Hucka D.:

They shouldn’t have deleted those houses. They should have remained as Linden monuments. They don’t read your blog[ enough]. They should assign a student volunteer to monitor this blog, and take notes. This is how you save Jeogeot — mythology. Fleep has given up.

bb:

I think she just got tired of dealing with mainland issues, Hucka D. And the powerlessness involved.

Hucka D.:

True[ enough].

bb:

Without a Fleep led Chilbo, *can* Jeogeot survive?

Hucka D.:

Yes! Chilbo is not Jeogeot, as I’ve pointed out[ a number of times].

bb:

It’s such a damaged place.

Hucka D.:

Compared to when?

bb:

Compared to even a year ago, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Then leave. No one is keeping you there.

bb:

*Pietmond* is keeping me there.

Hucka D.:

True[ enough again].

bb:

Pietmond has taken root. It’s a plant now.

Hucka D.:

Plant, yes. Golden guy plant.

=====

* And also here:
http://www.barackobamavideos.net/general-hospital-casey-the-alien-part-1

 

Addional Additional… December 18, 2010

Filed under: Galleries, Baker Bloch,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 10:36 pm

Last shot of Pietmond South objects (foreground) before I deleted all and returned the land to its renter.

Then we have several pictures of objects from Pietmond *Northeast*, the great majority of which were also deleted in coming days as I negotiated tier space for the Blackmount sink purchases.

Shed in heart of now “chopped down” Pietmond Northeast forest, a smaller counterpart to the Pietmond South Piney Woods, deleted just before.

An older exhibit (Baker Bloch in England) but in a new space: the remodeled Tower of TILE structure on the east end of Pietmond proper, shortened to about 1/2 its former 40 meter height in the process. I think it fits in really well here, better than in the old tower forming part of the Blue Feather Gallery in Noru. Not as much distance between pictures… easier to assimilate the whole.

Near the beginning of the exhibit, a larger than life Baker Bloch is pictured, much to the pleasure of the virtually real Baker here.

Baker walking one of the many steps separating the various rooms of the exhibit.

Baker Bloch actually claps when seeing this large map on one of the gallery walls, showing the locations of various places he visited or lived at during his Spring 2010 trip.

A look down into the central tower itself, with the 4, open floors colored the 4 TILE colors, starting at the bottom with red and ending at the top, blue.

Zooming directly up and out from this tower to take in the whole of Pietmond.

Reaching the end of the exhibit, Baker creepily says goodbye to Baker.

 

Pietmond Updates, Loose Thoughts… December 17, 2010

Filed under: Big Sink,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 8:55 am

Still shuffling around the outlining buildings of Pietmond, including moving the slum apt. skyscraper to the northern edge of downtown, replacing Lime House. Then after some more trials couldn’t find another spot for Lime House in the town, so I had to delete it for now.

Looking west from the rooftop bar toward a duplicate House of Truth now set up where the skyscraper apts. mentioned above use to sit.

But my biggest project for the night was an expansion of the just exposed Underground Pietmond, making it into 2 large rooms. I even have several easels set up down there in the newer of the two rooms, pictures pending.

I’m not sure how much more expansion I can do at Pietmond now, given that I’m rather low on prims and the lag around Main Way is about as high as I’d comfortably want it. But I feel like one more, big project is in the making. I don’t believe I want to invite another guest artist to show their work right now — would dilute the current pool, perhaps. Gallery Jack and Blue Feather are safely tucked away in distant Teepot. If I built a new gallery on the other side of the TILE Cathedral, then, what would go in it? And I perhaps need to work on reducing lag around Main Way, but not sure how that would be accomplished.

Maybe I just need to start focusing outward, away from Pietmond and toward Sunklands and Jeogeot in general. Will write up need blog entry descriptions for Norum gallery exhibit tomorrow. Maybe Hucka D. can help pull me out.

Hucka D.:

You wish to ask about Big Ink, I understand.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Ask away friend.

bb:

Let me read what else I have first. May be something more urgent to talk about. (pause) No, I can’t find anything else. In reading some of my more recent blog entries today, Hucka D., was particularly struck by the relevance of the idea of a self-feeding triangle represented by the Science Meander, Art Line, and Religion Pit. This Religion Pit is Otaki Gorge and Pietmond itself, true?

Hucka D.:

Yes. I am the 4th? Where is the 4th? He[/she] is me.

bb:

We have to start with that labyrinth to figure this all out. The labyrinth answers the question: where is the 4th?

Hucka D.:

I just answered it. Remember?

bb:

Are you, then, July 4th, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Think. Before asking. Please.

bb:

Amereca, then. It’s more than a day. Science Meander and Art Line combine in Religion Pit to form Amereca itself.

Hucka D. (correcting):

Herself.

bb:

Thanks. But…

Hucka D. (interrupting):

Look to Arkansas. (pause) Not that other state. The Show Me one. Grassy is wrong. Dead wrong. Grassy isn’t here to defend himself on this question, but take my word[ for it].

bb:

Is 3rd Life to be found there? I know you’ll say yes to that.

Hucka D.:

Yes. 3Ms. I am the 4th. Bee. From Greenhead. Whitehead Crossing. Told the others about the human avatars, like Gene Fade Dirk Stew [“T-Bonz”].

bb:

Thanks again. This was at the first meeting on Meeting Rock?

Hucka D.:

Not the first. I evoked the memory of the Quadrobeavs. [The number ]four, again. (pause) TILE… 4.

bb:

Did you, um, talk about the Religion Pit itself there?

Hucka D. (after another pause):

I told them about Ultima Thule and Arkansas.

bb:

How about this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaali_crater

*****

bb:

Hucka D., an old Sunklands landlord joked to me once that the sinks around here were created by meteors. I wonder now if that’s actually so.

Hucka D.:

Big Island collided with Big Sink?

bb:

Er, not sure Hucka D. Is Big Island a meteor?

Hucka D.:

One big meteor crater and then 8 fragment craters around it.

bb:

So we somehow circle back to Big Ink.

Hucka D.:

Big Ink was the impact event. Like the Hiroshima bomb going off and more.

bb:

But in Ancient times.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Pre-Linden times for sure. Way far back.

bb:

The similar shape and size of Big Island[, Comet Archipelago,] and Big Sink interests me.

Hucka D.:

It interested a lot of people. Me, Peter, The Bakers. Lots.

bb:

Why was it called Big Ink?

Hucka D.:

The event blotted out.

bb:

How long ago, then?

Hucka D.:

Pre-everything. Almost. There were the Quadrobeavs.

bb:

Quadrobeavs were in Second Life, Hucka D.? Doubtful, if you don’t mind me saying.

Hucka D.:

*Pre-* Second Life. Way pre-. But: yes.

bb:

TILE, then.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Four in one. Foreign One. The meteor itself? Big Island?

Hucka D.:

You travel from one, Big Island, to the other, Big Sink. It was like stepping off a speeding train. It involved time. Timescape. Slowing down. Tachyon.

bb:

And, come to think of it, meteor connects with comet.

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-difference-between-a-comet-and-a-meteor.htm

Hucka D.:

Not really. But: yes.

 

Plant in Sunklands, etc. December 16, 2010

Filed under: Hucka D.,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:43 am

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/11/21/we-should/
Plant sang from the perspective of this virus in the song “Kashmir”, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Then sang from the exact, same perspective in the following song on the Physical Graffiti double album, “In the Light”.

Hucka D.:

Exactly. (pause) Or not.

bb:

Peter engineered Plant??

Hucka D.:

Yes! In Nowtown. He had to tube all along. But he found it as a boy in the creek beside his parent’s mansion there.

bb:

He brought the virus to Pietmond/Sunklands?

 

Underground Pietmond

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 12:41 am

Amazing (to me) new development in Pietmond, and it all starts *directly* across from the entrance to the Norum gallery just reviewed in this blog.

I just started digging a couple of nights ago in this narrow patch of formerly sloping ground between the Something to CHRO About entrance (Rookwood Cottage) and SoSo East (north wall), and kept going…

… quickly creating a narrow passage all the way underneath the TILE Cathedral grounds to just below the Quad Towers on the east side of Pietmond. Now, as I’m counting it off now through Baker Bloch, the path through this passage, starting at the top of the stairs and ending in almost the extremely eastern side of my Pietmond property, appears to be about 50 meters in length.

To the immediate south of this passage, I was additionally surprised to find out that I could insert an actual, large room…

… complete with an opening back into the main passage…

… with a phantom wall on the other side.

Baker stands at the east end of the main passage as it stood that day. Since then, the Quad Towers have undergone a transformation themselves, turning into the Tower of TILE gallery. Subject for another post, though!

Baker looking back from the passage’s east end down into the bowels of the Underground. Kind of creepy in there. Actually, make no doubt of that (!)

Walking back toward Main Way.

Alternate entrance into the Underground from the south side of TILE Cathedral. Just descend into the blue there and you’re in! Watch your head concerning the tombstone going in, though.

Cathedral Way after the tunnel was dug. Quad Towers to right, of course. The underground passage goes directly beneath Cathedral Way here, covered by some terrain textured panels.