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Haey. August 29, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Sapphire,Teepot,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:20 am

bb:

Piepod, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yeah. Gong.

bb:

Right. So…

Hucka D.:

Yeah.

*****

bb:

Can you tell us more about the Piepod then, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

A place of merger. Wazob and Jeogeot. And SID.

bb:

Teepot moves beyond Pietmond with this nugget of goodness.

Hucka D.:

Piepod is beyond LMNO. Last.

bb:

Gonna check my mail. Thanks!

—–

bb:

What of the Red Vile Inn?

Sapphire:

Hi. I was brought in. Hello.

bb:

Hi Sapphire.

Sapphire:

Hi. You were asking?

bb:

About the Red Vile Inn, perhaps in Francois. Do you know of the place?

Sapphire:

Not really. I know of Gong, of course.

bb:

Do you know of Piepod, then?

Sapphire:

Of course.

bb:

Is it a… stylus tip?

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

Teepot has a complicated history.

Sapphire:

Yes (!)

bb:

First it was Teepot Springs, I suppose.

Sapphire:

Elephant Springs, actually.

bb:

Then Teepot proper, then Teepot Heights added on to the west.

Sapphire (backing up):

Healing springs. That was the initial attraction. The Blue Feather was reorganized there and condensed to its present form.

bb:

I suppose that is correct, Sapphire.

Sapphire:

Blue Jay Way… original way.

bb:

Blue Feather Gallery, Cardinal Pond, and then House Greenup, south to north. Atop the spring.

Sapphire:

Something like that. Then the Rook Wood to the west, which was originally wilderness and considerably larger than the present Rook Wood. There was edelweiss in the wood.

bb:

When did, um, hold on… (pause) Nelson Bartlett show up?

Sapphire:

He showed up with the Rook Wood. Rookwood Cottage. Rook Wood.

bb:

Has Marty been here?

Sapphire:

Um…

Hucka D.:

No. Marty was not in Teepot.

bb:

Thanks, Hucka D. (pause) Originally we, you and I, divided the town of Teepot in 2. I had the Teepot Springs part, and you had the other half.

Hucka D.:

That was Original Teepot. Bartlett in the middle. Rook Master.

bb:

Let’s see: red, green, blue and black. Almost the rook card colors, Hucka D., if you replace blue with yellow.

Hucka D.:

We can do that.

bb:

Then, now, Teepot Heights… added in the mix. Moving east to west. Teepot Springs structures eliminated — Blue Feather Gallery and House Greenup or Gallery Jack, take your pick.

Hucka D.:

I choose Gallery Jack, then (smiles).

bb:

Teepot is really quite perfect as it is.

Hucka D.:

Is it? Yeah, I guess it is. As it is.

bb:

Teepot Heights I meant there. But, really, the whole thing. What is the relationship of Teepot Spring, the water, and Gong, the official, Linden pool of water?

Hucka D.:

Not originally. That had to be petitioned.

bb:

How did Rubi’s Temple of TILE get in Teepot, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

It was carried there… by elephants?

bb (nonplussed):

How many?

Hucka D.:

Four. But they were big ones.

bb:

Foreign ones?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

The Temple of TILE has its most perfect form yet here.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Interesting, eh? That’s the center. That’s a lot of energy carried over[ from the past].

bb:

It straddles Old Teepot and Teepot Heights, the new part. Better than the TILE Temple in Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

In most ways, yes.

bb:

It is secured there[ in Teepot].

Hucka D.:

Straddled, yes.

bb:

And Gallery Jack directly beneath it seems quite correct as well.

[no answer]

Sapphire:

We better end soon.

bb:

So straight question, Sapphire. Does Piepod, the newest edge of Teepot, need to be next to Gong — is that the best placement for it?

Sappphire:

It has to be in Jeogeot. (pause)

bb:

Thanks!

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