[joined in progress]
No it will involve a Slipperman and a Ladyslipper.
baker b. (turning around):
Oh hi there reader! We’re in a philosophical discussion about the melding of Jeogoet with my childhood country of Wazob, which has already taken place.
Hucka D. (also turned around):
Hi there as well.
Should we tell him/her or them?
Why not. Prob’ly a done deal, as you put it.
Hucka Doobie and I are moving to Heterocera. Prob’ly.
That’s a Second Life continent, if you didn’t know. It’s where baker b. comes from in a way. Rubi and all.
Yes reader. Rubi is where I basically started my mainland ownership experience. But it won’t be in Rubi that I settle down this time.
You have picked well[, though].
Thanks, Hucka D. All should be wrapped up in the next week. Let’s just say for now it’s not a permanent spot. But perhaps one where I can exist virtually for several months.
You might as well just rent the place and say it’s a done deal.
Yes. But of course this means Pietmond, or at least the Otaki Gorge version, will have to go. A fantastic run there, though. Over 7 months now. Hard to let go!
Hucka D. (patting back, sensing some tears):
There, there. Now, now.
I’m okay now. This is an effort to cut back on money spent on Second Life, admittedly, but also to just end a process that has run its course. Pietmond I’m talking about here. But perhaps even the new, much smaller “town” I’m planning will still be named such.
What I plan to keep on the ground are, a, the Pietmond South Gallery, b, present version of Gallery Jack, c, Gallery in the Rocks, and, d, SoSo Gallery. And hopefully I can design the place to where I have a lot of prims left over to play around with structures in a skybox. To do this, all mainland parcels I own will have to go, as I said. Pietmond, in effect, will become a kind of smaller, traveling show.