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Pietmond Lives? October 31, 2011

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 5:01 pm

In the coming week I must justify the continued existence of Pietmond within Second Life or give it all up.

Galleries:

Galactic Gallery: New gallery featuring 2 artists, neither of whom I have been able to contact or have the ability to contact. Probably no interest in this within SL itself. I can save gallery; can set it up on a 4096 easily, with prims left over for ground stuff and also another skybox — in checking right now, wow, only 266 prims used in the structure, including all the art I’ve set up already. So that would leave 671 prims for ground stuff and another skybox. Great; that’s a pretty good option (reducing from what I have now to a 4096 rental). It has to be a square 4096 for the gallery to fit on it, though.

Gallery Jack: I luv the feuding Newton and Jasper statues atop the Jasper County, IL map, but I can give this up since I have the Edwardston Station Gallery still in Blackmount with all of these collages already set up. Expendable.

Temple of TILE: This would be hard to give up, now I have the labyrinth just right, it seems. But I can set the labyrinth up elsewhere. Expendable.

Gallery in the Rocks/SoSo West: I’m lumping these together since both are art galleries I’ve set up for fellow SLers who have little or no input within SL for me (just RL correspondence). I’d like to keep these but they are certainly expendable. Expendable.

Norum Gallery/ Something to CHRO About: Expendable.

TILE Quadtower: This is, as I see it now, the permanent home for the Baker Bloch in England exhibit. However, since I have this online I see no reason that it has to stay virtual, and I’ve received absolutely no feedback inworld on this one; I don’t think people get it or they don’t care or there’s not enough time to really absorb it — something. Expendable

Another option on this one is to refit the TILE Quadtower with the Blue Feather Gallery (see just below), which is not deleted from a virtual location. Question: is the Jeogeot through Art and Word exhibit that represents the perm. BFG exhibit still pertinent? Given that most Jeogeot locations featured therein have degenerated or disappeared in the last year or so.

Blue Feather Gallery: See above. Expendable?

What’s left? Just houses (Home Orange, House of Truth, Home o’ Fibs, House Greenup), all of which are expendable, along with SoSo East (housing Oblong series of 10×10 already set up in its entirety in Blackmount, as stated before).

Pietmond Town Hall
Castle in the Rocks
Pietmond Coffee Shop
Piepodt Tower
Rookwood Cottage
Tilting Gazebo

All expendable.

If I rented a 4096, I could set up, if desired, the newest gallery (Galactic) and like I said have many prims left over for ground/2nd skybox. Just Home o’ Fibs on ground.

I could use money for CDs. Don’t rent for 1 month (November). Begin in Dec., or just buy back Pietmond land if desperate. Teepot still a (second) option. Also possibility of Noru still (?) But just those 3. (other distant options: Malyshkin, Asha, Rubi, Monema/Pond District, Foxboro, Yd Island)

 

one of these things is not like the other October 30, 2011

—–

Hucka D.:

That’s Norris. My wife.

bb:

Fantastic, Hucka D. (!) Congratulations by the way. Why wasn’t I invited to the weeding, though? Wedding, I mean.

Hucka D.:

Quickie. No time for invites. Actually I’m no longer married to Norris. We were divorced a couple of hours ago. She’s just a bit too cold now.

bb:

Well, it *is* almost November.

Hucka D.:

My Money Pot. I’ll always remember her. But now she’s a company. She owns a company[ I mean].

bb:

Do you work for this company? NORRIS, I take it[ is the name of the company].

Hucka D.:

I do (!) We do channeling. Like stream channels.

bb:

Do you dig stream channels?

Hucka D.:

Love ’em, in fact.

bb:

What does your company do? Details I mean.


Norris explains NORRIS (company)

Hucka D.:

We give Voice to things. Like someone gave us a voice[ at one time].

bb:

Interesting. Who are your clients?

Hucka D.:

Squirrels so far. And cats.

bb:

Is your company the 4th, or the Foreign One or 4-in-1?


Norris as The Arab

Hucka D.:

It is the Voice. The 4th. The thing unformed because it can’t compete with the cuteness of the Original Three. Why even try?

bb:

Are the cats aware of this 4th?

Hucka D.:

Yes! Indeed.

bb:

Do they know it as NORRIS?

Hucka D.:

No. (pause)

bb:

I have some more pictures of the Voice Rock, but they’re still not very good.

Hucka D.:

Shadows. Fog.


Norris as The Voice

bb:

I mean, I’m sure it means something, but I have years and years and years to figure it out. It’s protected.

Hucka D.:

Sure. The stream, the channel, is artificial, no?

bb:

This one?

The channel [Mouth of NORRIS] really does look artificial, Hucka D. Like it was dug.

Hucka D. (repeating):

Love it.

bb:

It really *is* suppose to represent a throat (!)

Hucka D.:

Yes. This stream is peculiar. Money Pot.

bb:

The heart of the stream. I don’t have any suitable pictures, yet, of the Money Pot. Nor Root Bridge, really, although this one kind of shows what is going on[ Root Bridge crossing NORRIS].

Hucka D.:

You’ve already shown that one.

bb:

I’m doing it again.

Hucka D.:

Get a better picture. NORRIS isn’t happy. Money, after all, is the root of all evil to-day.

bb:

Did the [presence of the] Money Pot make NORRIS unhappy?

Hucka D.:

Ultimately, it’s what led to the divorce. Money.

bb:

Money is Oz.

Hucka D.:

Yes it is. Indeed it is.

bb:

I want to tell you and the reader a story or a bit of one. I went to NORRIS today, as I did yesterday, and I fell asleep at one of the clear spots. A squirrel starting chattering while I was half-asleep, apparently, and I swore that the creek was imitating that chattering with its bubbling, as best as it could. Strange illusion for sure if it wasn’t real.

Hucka D.:

Oh it was real.

bb:

I just knew you were going to say[ something like] that.

Hucka D.:

And as I understand[ from NORRIS], you saw the spark in the creek. That’s NORRIS[ once more].

bb:

Yes. I imagined the spark in the creek as well. Very bright if small.

Hucka D.:

That’s the star that is the creek.

bb:

Thanks for that. I’m going to the Money Pot tomorrow, although I won’t have much time after work.

Hucka D.:

Get a dang blasted good pic of it, then.

bb:

I’ll try. Do you want to say more about the Money Pit and Root Bridge, perhaps?

Hucka D.:

Too close, yet. Too painful still. It is the deep mystery. How to deal with money[ when it comes to you].

bb:

Oh, and Wallace3 lived at the Money Pot.

Hucka D.:

Oh yes.

bb:

And this region was also known as Houston at one time.

Hucka D.:

Then we have a problem.

bb:

Yeah? Well, what is it, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

That was a joke. Take it easy (!)

bb:

“Houston we have a problem.” Oh yeah.

Hucka D. (repeating):

Oh yeah.

bb:

Houston is two[ Minnesota] and three[ Alabama] together in one.

Hucka D.:

Corner. The 4th.


Norris as the Not-Cat

—–

While Hucka D. is away I thought I’d theorize more about his Money Pot, too painful for him to go into now, as he said. I believe the Money Pot is or has been[ or will be] disguised as the Monkey Pot, which is also a Pit. Monkey City reborn in essence, and Wallace3 there. Houston, with its ultimate (4th) corner properties. Calypso is the higher octave of Monkey City in Wazob octaves. Calypso is in Duplin County, along with Wallace (and attached Tin City, which it has basically swallowed) and Humphrey. This is the 1968 presidential election making Nixon the Crook our 37th president beyond 36 [Vice-President].

This is Pope. THIS IS POPE. Norris. NORRIS. Pope, POPE. The last president of the Confederation. Wheeler and The Triumvirate take over after this. Wheeler, Anderson, Norris. I think. Wheeler from Hayes, as Wilson is from Grant who is Nixon.

 

Monkey October 28, 2011

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:48 am

“Pietmond’s slowly developing into a new classic, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Yes. Version II. But where’s the mythology?

bb:

I believe it is slowly developing as well. Want to talk about NORRIS tonight?

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause)

bb:

Do you want me to start?

Hucka D.:

Yes. And I’ll fill in.

bb:

The clear spaces on the creek seem very important. An alternation of light and dark all the way from source head to mouth.

Hucka D.:

At at the head: Mossman. Buried up to his eyebrows (smiles).

bb:

It seems very closely akin to Abbadon, the swamp monster that terrorized Tinsity, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The swamp monster was tamed by a spring. Olive Branch. NORRIS was born.

bb:

Is NORRIS the same as Olive Branch[, then]?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Yes?

bb:

Very expanded version, then.

Hucka D.:

NORRIS has a soul. I will be there.

bb:

That’s another thing I’ve been thinking about. That you will be within the creek somehow.

Hucka D.:

I’ve already been. We are married. Two bouncing little baby boy creeks as well. Twins Arthur and Luther.

bb:

(smiling as well) Hmmm… nice names.

Hucka D.:

Thank you. We picked them from a hat.

bb:

So your wife, your new wife, is named NORRIS.

Hucka D.:

That’s right. Hurla Dontbee[ mythology] is no longer needed, thank you (proudly).

bb:

You’ve found your soulmate.

Hucka D.:

Frank and Herman.

bb:

Can you tell me, then, about NORRIS. We’ve talked to Dongoba on this blog and as I understand he or she and NORRIS are one.

Hucka D.:

It is a female. Very intuitive. Light and dark alterations. Like male and female incarnations of a soul through timescape. Landscape. Time. Scape. Umm.

bb:

That’s very interesting.

Hucka D. (quickly):

Yes.

bb:

Can you tell me and us a bit more about that?

Hucka D.:

Reincarnation begins at the head, where you are buried up to your head. Very tip top. Headstone. Eyebrows. Monkey. Bandanda.

bb (checking by googling):

Bandana, you mean.

Hucka D. (continuing):

Banana. For the Monkey. Raising his Eyebrow or Eyebrows.

bb:

Skillet is the banana, then.

Hucka D.:

Correct.

bb:

Hold on once more. (checking again). Check this out, Hucka D. Can you see?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monkeys_Eyebrow,_Kentucky

Hucka D.:

Yes, thank you.

bb:

I love the quote: “Monkeys Eyebrow is located where the monkey’s eyebrow would be located.”

Hucka D.:

Great. Super. Man.

bb:

And the story of Old Monkey and New Monkey, one located on a hill and the other in a hole. Both centered by stores.

Hucka D.:

Yep.

bb:

Ballard County as the shape of a monkey’s head, eh Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Monkey Pit. Monkey Pot.

bb:

Let’s see. Banana is archetypal food for the monkey. Monkey City? Perhaps. Hucka D.?

[Hucka D. does not answer.]

bb:

Look. The center of the universe is located in Ballard County, Hucka D. I’ll quote again: “It was established in 1903 and originally named Maryville for the daughter of the owner of the land, Margaret Davis. In 1908 the town was declared to be the Center of the Universe by land developer Stoke T Payne.” Interesting that in the wikipedia article “Stoke T Payne” is bolded.

Hucka II:

I am bolded.

bb:

Hi Hucka D. II. Good to see and hear from you again.

Hucka II:

Just Hucka II will do. I am the center. 4th.

bb:

Are you NORRIS?

Hucka II:

No. I am Center.

bb:

Do you think this is a monkey, Hucka D. II? Sorry: Hucka II.

http://csasi.org/2004_october_journal/the_ballard_county_human_effigy_pipe.htm

Hucka D. II:

I have changed my name to accomodate you.

bb:

I think the head might be Ballard County here, Hucka D. II. And: thank you. No eyebrows on the statue. Found at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Center of the universe.

Hucka D. II:

Cache. POPE. NORRIS. POPE. Cache. River. Stream.

bb:

Do you know of NORRIS? Hucka D. I was going to talk about NORRIS but then mysteriously disappeared, Hucka D. II.

Hucka D. II:

Center. La Center.

bb:

Do you know of Monkey City, Hucka D. II?

Hucka D. (returning):

We better end soon. I’ll tell you a bit more about NORRIS, then. She is my wife. (pause)

bb:

Yes. You said that already.

Hucka D.:

Two bouncing baby boy creeks were our progeny.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

We spoke with one voice. Rock. Voice. Rainbow colors, maybe a labyrinth of colors. Revealed now: not opaque but transparent from inside and outside. You can see the labyrinth now. Colors. Inner and outer.

bb:

I have a feeling those open spaces are the colors, Hucka D. I.

Hucka D.:

Yes. We spoke as one. Center.

bb:

Are you TILE?

Hucka D.:

Yes!

bb:

And Norris is the inner, more complicated stuff, leading to ONE. CENTER.

Hucka D.:

Leading to CENTER. ONE. Stuff.

There were two Monkey’s Eyebrows, commonly known as Old Monkey and New Monkey. One was at the top of a small hill, the other at the bottom. There were stores at both locations. Today, there are no stores.

 

Pietmond Views October 27, 2011

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 9:43 am

 

NORRIS, 02 October 26, 2011

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS,Turnpike Creek — baker Blinker @ 7:53 am

Stype Tree marking the traditional epicenter of the Stype community.

Directly in front of this tree, with an isolated cluster of rhododendron between them, appears the Stype Rock (name may change) within Turnpike Creek, next to the Mouth of NORRIS. I’ll attempt to get a better picture soon, but I’ll have to wade a bit in Turnpike Creek to make it. Unusual seeming rock; does it perhaps tell, through its surface, orange-y hieroglyphs, the complete story of the now super-sacred stream whose mouth it lies next to? Is it The Voice of NORRIS??

Come to think of it, I believe I rename that rock right now as The Voice, because I’m so sure I’m on to something here.

Mouth of NORRIS directly beside The Voice rock or Voice Rock.

Stone strewn island just in front of Mouth of NORRIS. Voice Rock/The Voice would be directly behind this island, hidden by a rhododendron branch. I believe I’ll call this Communication Island, with an alternate name of Battery. But that could switch as well (Alphland? Betland?)

Stone stacking within the Stype city limits, but obviously not of Michael Too’s design for a change. Not sure what its function is, though. Too short for a wall… have to think about that more as well, perhaps.

Another Stype shot. The community is marked by longitudinal gulleys or brook valleys divided by rolling ridges.

Moving into the NORRIS valley now, the land around the creek is rather easily separated into clear spaces such as the one pictured below, and the more inaccessible regions most often congested with rhododendron. ASAP, I’m going to make a map of each clear space on the creek all the way up to the source, which number perhaps 6 or 7.

Rock firmly wedged between a forking tree trunk. Not sure if this is the work of Michael Too. More on all of this soon enough, but I found it interesting today to find I could not pull the rock out from between this fork — it seems to have been there quite a long time, and the tree appears to have grown a bit since the lodging.

Nearby is an overturned rhododendron plant on the shore of NORRIS…

… with 4 strategically placed stones at the base. This most likely is a Michael Too production. The rocks seem to point to the mouth of a tributary of NORRIS just across the stream, perhaps its largest one.

NORRIS seems chocked full of mysteries, although its hard to convey in pictures. Like the waterfall shot below, suddenly appearing after a long stretch of creek flatness and seemingly having its own story to tell. I can just feel it.

Unusual “root bridge” spanning NORRIS in the same open area, and on one side of a quite unusual mound right next to the creek here. I suppose I’ll call it Root Bridge, then. The mound? Maybe Money Pot — is hidden treasure buried within? Something seems to be, at least. But, again, I found it hard to take a picture of the mound this day. Maps are coming soon, though.

And as I stated in my last NORRIS related post, there are little rock pilings appearing here and there all along NORRIS from mouth to source, including one or two near this mound, if memory serves.

Strange mushroom found in the vicinity. Alien in origin?

 

Possibilities October 25, 2011

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 8:16 am

“Pietmond really seems to want to live, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Persistence. Of memory.

bb:

Want to talk about Dongoba or wait til another night?

Hucka D.:

Take pictures tomorrow. Then we’ll talk.

 

NORRIS, 01 October 24, 2011

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:21 am

Probably still within Stype (centered by the Mouth of NORRIS) is this tree with mainly illegible words/letters carved on its trunk. Connected with the Voice Rock glyphs near Mouth of NORRIS? (both basically the same color; both pictured in 1st photos of successive blog posts about NORRIS). Time might tell.

There’s an official hiking path that runs basically all the way up and down the side of NORRIS. Seldom used, however, in comparison to most in the area, which contains bookoos of such hiking paths. It’s far enough from the creek so as not to ruin the overall ambiance and intercede in the general mystery of the place, but close enough to allow pretty easy access to any point along it.

Odder rock along the side of this path, which seems to have been, once more, placed on purpose here instead of being a natural occurrence. Reminds me of the headstone of NORRIS seen in the first photo of this blog post:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/dongoba-02/

Not too far downstream from Dongoba and the Head of NORRIS appears this cluster of rocks, another obvious working of Michael Too. There’s no transparent stacking per se in effect here, just alignments. Perhaps this represents a place he scavenged for stones to use in the Dongoba temple complex.

Interesting rock ledge directly across the stream…

Close up of the alignment mentioned above. Actually, the rocks seem to be more just leaning against each other here than either aligned or stacked.

Much larger, flat boulders in the vicinity, obviously not artificially placed — too big. More on this particular collection soon.

Below appears several examples of smaller rock pilings or “temples” along the stream, again obvious handiwork of Michael Too in my opinion.

Mysterious shelf mouth along NORRIS. What is the stream trying to say??

NORRIS, 02

 

Pietmond Grows A Bit Again…

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 4:06 am

Additional of Gallery Jack (most of my “Art 10×10” within) is the big news. Also in the town now: Rookwood Cottage and unnamed coffee shop in front of Gallery Jack. Moved House of Truth from Pietmond Heights to beside SoSo West to make it more accessible, and balance the community structures better. Created sidewalks to Peter’s Grave and added *3* headstones in front of it (pictures pending). What else? Oh, deleted the Blue Feather Gallery for now, because one couldn’t reach it easily from the rest of town, plus the material within seems a bit dated now. But it could return. So Gallery Jack essentially replaced Blue Feather Gallery in the bigger picture.

Looking toward Gallery Jack (big box structure in background — not the plywood one but the one more in the middle of the photo) from Home o’ Fibs.

House of Truth, with SoSo West to left.

An unexpected worshiper in front of Peter’s Grave just before the aforementioned sidewalk and tombstones were added. Nifty.

 

Don go ba October 23, 2011

Filed under: Mythopolis (rl city),NORRIS,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 7:23 am

“Don’t think the name will stick, but Dongoba seems to be what I was looking for, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Along with Tinsity, yes. Fulfillment. Wheeler to Wilson situation deal-i-o, as you put it.

bb:

Michael Too is really gone?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Wheeler to Wilson, now.

bb:

I don’t believe I’m into the Richard Mitchell material. I’m not a grammar policeman.

Hucka D.:

No. No need to be within certain latitudes.

bb:

Obviously you’re going to help me with this Wheeler to Wilson situation.

Hucka D.:

Yes! Stream.

bb:

The rock temples all seem to be connected to that stream, particularly the very head of the stream. Again, not sure it will be called Dongoba…

Hucka D.:

No. Rock Vile. Vile is there is all.

bb:

Vile being “Wheeler” in this case.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You can turn that into Love. Tinsity. Wallace3. Beyond Michael Too. You know the secret now.

bb:

Without Tinsity I’d have trouble with this.

Hucka D.:

You couldn’t be a proper Wilson to his Wheeler.

bb:

Does *he* understand this?

Hucka D.:

In a way. We’ll help as well[ with him].

bb:

It will help me, it will help him.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Both ways working. Wheeler and Wilson and Wilson and Wheeler one in all and all in one.

bb:

Wheeler is Too.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Wilson is 3, then.

Hucka D.:

Yes. What are you going to do? How to make the link to create a Wilson-Wheeler situation. Tinsity is obviously involved. How, I mean, meow. No, how?

bb:

Well, the theory right now is that the stream spoke to Michael Too.

Hucka D.:

Why don’t you just call him Wheeler. The Wheeler.

bb:

That his last name?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Wheeler. Go ahead…

bb:

So — *Wheeler* knew the stream was important and that it spoke to him. He built the temples in honor of this made connection.

Hucka D.:

A connection you must further now, Wilson.

bb:

I will fail. No, I will succeed. (pause) Hucka D.?

Dongoba:

Wheeler. Where?

bb:

Dunno, Dongoba. Hi to you. Greetings. Welcome to the Baker Blinker Blog.

Dongoba:

Thank. You. Where is Wheeler?

bb:

I don’t know, Dongoba.

Dongoba:

Where is Wilson?

bb:

I believe I am Wilson if Michael Too is Wheeler, Dongoba.

Dongoba:

Don. Go. Ba. What does that mean?

bb:

It’s a silly play on words. I don’t think it will stick, as I was telling Hucka D. Do you know Hucka D.?

Dongoba:

Play?

bb:

It has to do with an REM song.. a song, a musical song by an American group known as the REMs, also known, silly me, as REM.

Hucka D.:

You better tell him which one.

bb:

It’s “Rockville” or “Don’t Go Back to Rockville.” Let me check… (pause). Yeah, strangely perhaps it’s either one.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%28Don%27t_Go_Back_To%29_Rockville

Dongoba:

I am a Rock Ville. I have a Rock Ville. At the head. At the mouth: Something different. In-between: Something different again.

bb:

Yes, I know about the Rock Ville. Dongoba is a play on words… never mind. That’s not your real name anyway, is it?

Dongoba?: Dongoba?

bb:

Yes.

Dongoba?: No. (pause)

bb:

Yes?

Dongoba Not:

No. (pause again)

bb:

Can you tell it to me tonight? Hucka D. and me?

Dongoba Not:

It’s not Dongoba Not.

bb:

Oh.

Dongoba Not Not:

Or that.

bb:

Can you tell us, then?

Dongoba Not Not Not:

I can say it is Vile and not Love.

Hucka D. (still listening in):

Not yet, anyhow.

DNNN:

Too much damage. Had to go away.

bb:

Wheeler, you mean.

DNNN:

Yes, we will call him Wheeler. I see that. You are Wheeler2.

bb:

I am Wilson using Hucka-speak.

DNNN:

You are a jokester, a trickster. That might be good for Vile.

bb:

I think it can. But I have to watch out for the silliness getting out of hand, out of control. That’s *my* weakness.

DNNN:

Unfocused. But Wallace3 is helping.

bb:

You know of Wallace3?

DNNN:

I am picking it up in your mind. Truthfully I am not sure what it means. This Tinsity, this Wallace3. Something beyond Wheeler as well?

bb:

Not…

DNNN:

And these 2 bodies of water, Wheeler and Wilson. At Wilson is Brick… Ford City. Maybe with a “u” in it and not like the car maker [or: Fourd].

bb:

A way to put it, [DNNN,] is that Wilson Dam is a dam made of yellow bricks. Tons of bricks. Magical bricks. It’s a, um, memory pool.

Hucka D.:

We better start wrapping this up. You better get a name, baker b.

bb:

So do you have a name for us tonight?

Dongoba:

Dongoba is fine as I am thinking the matter further. I will try not to be a Grammar Policeman. Police of Man. Strange mind you have.

bb:

It’s the synchs. Map synchs, and others. Makes me seem to think sideways at times.

Dongoba:

You must think sideways at times more.

bb:

I’m trying.

Dongoba:

I will help. Put a microphone at my head and see if you can hear me that way as well.

bb:

Are you TILE Creek? Can you see that in *my* head?

Dongoba:

I see a table and a man’s head sticking through it. I get the impression he is a Red Squirt of 7. No, 2. 7 or 2.

bb:

That’s pretty good.

Hucka D.:

Wrap.

Dongoba:

I wish to talk more. It is a connection made that has not been made before. I see Wheeler before and Wilson after. I see me between the two. Yes, I am NORRIS.

Hucka D.:

Goodnight NORRIS, we will speak soon.

NORRIS:

Thank you.

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Dongoba, 03

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS — baker Blinker @ 6:36 am

As stated before, there is a very curious mix of placed and natural stones in the immediate Dongoba area. The shot below combines two prominent ones: the largest of the Michael Too temples (background) and a flat, upright stone perhaps 1/2 to 2/3rds the height of the temple (foreground).

Another Michael Too rock piling, this time seeming to act as a dam on NORRIS, and positioned not far from the largest stone temple pictured above.

Another curious terrain effect on NORRIS a little below the dam.

Details of same.

Looking further downstream. It’s a bit of a miniature gorge through this region, with steep banks on either side.

Another Michael Too mini-temple in this same region. We’re fairly far from the main Dongoba complex of temples now, maybe about 100 feet or so.

2 identical pink balloons either fell in almost the same place from the sky or were placed here by Michael Too, in my guessing. Not far from the large temple at all now, maybe 20 feet or so.

Shot of the first, discovered rock piling again.

Natural rock at the base of a tree beside it.

With the next series of real life exploration posts, we’ll move downstream to cover the NORRIS stream as a whole, which is about 1/4th of a mile long from head (Dongoba) to mouth (Stype).