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No Pink April 13, 2011

Filed under: Pietmond,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 4:23 pm

http://georgiainfo.galileo.usg.edu/histcountymaps/floydhistmaps.htm

bb:

Care to comment, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Where’d Pink go?

bb:

There’s no Pink in the Sink, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Peter, Peter Gabriel will know. Call him in.

bb:

To the blog? As a spirit?

Hucka D.:

Peter SoSo. That’ll do.

bb (with a smile and into the air):

Calling Peter SoSo, over. Calling Peter SoSo. (pause) Calling Peter SoSo. (pause) No one there, Hucka.

Hucka D.:

Then I’ll talk. 1 Pink is buried in Peter’s Mound. It is the story of three castles, one a Kid, one in the Middle, and then one an Adult. And they all lay in a basic line from east to west. Kid-Middle-Adult.

bb:

Do they go from smaller to bigger as this progression is followed east to west?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Kind of.

bb:

You’ve indicated that what I’ve been calling Smelly’s Bar was actually Billy’s Bar.

Hucka D.:

Billy Bar, correct.

bb:

But it was originally the site of a castle. Hence the moat.

Hucka D.:

The bar was named after the castle, which was on the same site. The castle was demolished and the rocks moved down The Great Rock Path to make up part of Billstle, the stately castle-home of Bill The Adult. Just like he claims[ in town meetings and such].

bb:

And he was also called Bill “The Otter” because he liked to swim in Woody Pine Pond in the center of Piney Woods next to Billstle, and also dive off Billstle rocks, right in front of the castle, into another small pool.

Hucka D.:

In their day they were actually called Swim Pond and Dive Pool. One usually swam at the first and dived at the second.

bb:

Is Bill… hold on, let me get some pictures of the two pools we’re referring to here. Now, Woody Pine Pond doesn’t look too big, Hucka D., especially for a swimming hole.

Hucka D.:

It was big to me.

bb:

Thanks. And then the other pool, Dive Pool as you’re calling it I believe, is in front of Tall Narrow House [in one of those pictures], at the bottom of the waterfall.

Hucka D.:

Dive Falls, yes.

bb:

Let’s then take a look at that map [again] centered by Billville, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Let’s.

bb:

So you’re implying that this map in the above post tells the basic story of the 3B Castles, the Bill Castles I guess.

Hucka D.:

That is absolutely correct. The Bill made the map, in fact. As you should understand.

bb:

Yes, I think I do. And we probably need to talk about how Bill The Adult stated the 3 castles were actually on the shore of a lake covering the Otaki Gorge at the time. Pietmond obviously didn’t exist, since it would have been underwater.

Hucka D.:

It existed. Across the road.

bb:

So you’re talking about the Aotearoa Pietmond, the only one I knew about before moving to Otaki Gorge last September. Moving my virtual family there, I mean.

Hucka D.:

Yes. It called itself a town. It took it’s name from Peter’s Mound as well.

bb:

I’m not quite getting all this. I know that the Pietmond labyrinth on the first floor of the TILE Temple, the very center of the sinkhole, can expand and become a lake in itself.

Hucka D.:

That is how the energy was contained. It was coiled inside the labyrinth. Let loose again, it becomes a lake once more. And Pietmond goes blub blub blub.

bb:

Drowned in other words.

Hucka D.:

Bill the Otter could hold his breath for 50 minutes and explore the bottom of the lake. Like a Beaver or an Otter. Beaver Bill as well, then.

bb:

This was before the moving of the No Room Cemetery there (!)

Hucka D.:

Correct[ enough]. The town called itself Brazil. The town called itself Peru. Together it knew itself as Amereca. Coast-to-coast.

bb:

So the town was called America. Or America with two “e”s, as we like to write it.

Hucka D.:

It was Amereca, yes, east to middle to west. In the early days of Pietmond, after the lake was captured within the labyrinth, Pietmond sometimes was referred to as Brazil and Pietmond South, where the Pietmond South Gallery is now, Peru. Brazil and Peru. Another coast to coast situation, except in the South [America] instead of the North.

bb:

Was there just one resident of this town? Bill?

Hucka D.:

In a way. There was Billy the Kidd, the grandson, then Bill [In] The Middle, the son, then Bill The Adult, the only actual, real Bill. Kind of.

bb:

Let me check my notes.

*****

bb:

I have here that the Bills, 3 in number according to my notes, were given these hillside parcels in reward for moving the No Room Cemetery from Norum to what is presently called Pietmond and the sinkhole.

Hucka D.:

Not quite. They *had* the hillside parcels, then had to give them away to create modern Pietmond in the sinkhole. They had to create The Labyrinth to seal the water, plug it. The Labyrinth is [a type of] reverse dam in this way. A dam acts to build up water behind it. The Labyrinth acts to build down water from above. They are both seals, though.

bb:

Seals like otters.

Hucka D.:

Bill The Adult is still alive in Pietmond. Or he was until a couple of years ago, when he died just short of his 100th birthday. His seemingly insane ramblings are now collected in a series of popular children’s fantasy books. They are in fact well on their way to becoming Pietmond’s best known export, the latest in the installment being Bill Me Later, about a young boy who hits his head on a rock while diving in front of Tall Narrow House and becomes an otter in the process. He is a magical fish-boy. Seal-boy.

bb:

So the parcels, not being lakeside any longer, became much less valuable and eventually atrophied into the locations we know today: Smelly’s Bar, Castle in the Rocks, and, well, Billstle, which is not even a part of present Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

It could return.

bb:

True. (pause to read more of his notes) Then we also have, in a larger picture, that Pitchfork was actually the responsibility of Herman of Herman Park namesake. The Pietmond lake must be connected to Herman Park’s Drink Lake, then.

Hucka D.:

That is also correct. TILE.

bb:

Is Bill a Quadrobeav, then? Amazing thought if so.

Hucka D. (after a pause):

Yes. I think that’s definitely a possibility.

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