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Great Northern Tree July 31, 2012

Filed under: Allen Knob,Concreek,NORRIS,Uncategorized,Whitehead Crossing — baker Blinker @ 6:21 am

One more map of Concreek, this time focusing on Green Stream and probably Parallel Creek, may come this next week, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The island is Mayfly, the island is Dragonfly, the island is Damselfly. Three in one. Foreign One. The tall standing weeds concealed.

bb:

Thanks for that, Hucka D. I’ve decided to accept myself as an outsider artist and also illegal artist but also a collage artist. All three. Foreign One I suppose, again.

Hucka D.:

The island is you. It’s not The Island (on Concreek) but an island. But it has a one name. One name. Either of the 3 of 4, with the 4th hidden of course per tradition.

bb:

I think it may just be Foreign One, then, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Concealed. Breeze blocks.

—–

bb:

I must think of when I turn into Whitehead and actually move into the woods at times. This will happen at Whitehead Crossing.

Hucka D.:

Among other places. Rock knows.

bb:

I must begin to focus again on Whitehead Crossing, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Tree. Rock. Flowers. Bloom. Blossom. Grass. Meadow. Rock Meadows. Rock’s Meadow.

bb:

Jeogeot captured in that rock. Grey Rock.

Hucka D.:

I like talking about Green Stream and Concreek and Whitehead Crossing. And Martin… er, Allen Knob. And Norris or NORRIS or norris.

bb:

Another Foreign One or 4-in-1.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Voice.

bb:

And the great tree to the north.

Hucka D.:

The tree certainly has stories as well. Another type of toy avatar, unknown for now.

bb:

Pizza?

Hucka D.:

What?

bb:

Dunno. (pause) Speaking of unused pictures here…

Hucka D.:

Someone…

bb:

Someone wants norris[ stream] for themselves. A Jesus Factor. Purification. Their own personal channel. Voice.

Hucka D.:

Voice…

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The name of the island indicated what forces controlled Concreek at any given time. THREE IN ONE. FOREIGN ONE. Hope is on that island. CONCEAL.

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Con June 11, 2012

Filed under: Concreek,NORRIS,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 5:55 am

“Someone really *is* trying to consecrate Norris Stream, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Purify. Make a cross on Norris Rock itself, the center. They sense demons.

bb:

Focus probably should remain on Con Creek.

Hucka D.:

Shift around. Don’t make paths too obvious. Con Creek or, now you have me saying it as two words, Concreek has basically spoken what it needs to speak now. It is Andderson Valley (pause).

bb:

Thanks. We’ve described Norris as being in the Andderson Valley as well, Hucka.

Hucka D.:

It was at the time.

bb:

Amazing connections with Anderson Valley, California and Philo there. It’s obvious the Art Line puts out some energy in syncy directions.

Hucka D.:

As you guessed, mainly from the future. Your research is a way to protect and promote the Art Line.

—–

bb:

I might contact Toby Evans about the Art Line and Philo and the Art 10×10 based on towns right in that narrow band defined by Champion and Evans (38.9 to 39.3 latitude). The Art Line divides what we called the Science Line or Science Meander into two general parts, north and south. The Science Meander, true to its name, meanders up and down and up and down and up and down around the Art Line, strengthening it. The Art 10×10 draws upon its energy in part.

Hucka D.:

And of course you have a Second Life labyrinth to walk yourself anytime you wish. Rain, snow, sleet, hail, thunder, lightning…

bb:

Thunder.

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http://labyrinthsociety.org/art-line-project

The significance of the 39th parallel

The 39th parallel closely denotes the north/south centerline of the country — truly the heartline of America. Creating a physical line of walkable Art can be viewed as activating the heart meridian, reminding us to return to this powerful connection point within ourselves. Moving our bodies through labyrinths built on the line can amplify or distribute the flow of positive heart energy across the country. Is it a coincidence that Washington DC is on the line?

The Art Line is a band 28 miles wide centered on the 39.1 degree north latitude. (38.9 to 39.3 degrees).

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http://www.sfweekly.com/2004-12-01/news/a-winding-path/5/addComment/2/1/4/4/3/

 

Billfork Thoughts April 16, 2012

Visited Billfork yesterday once more and made some decisions:

Removed almost half the model train track from the vicinity, or the part formerly stored in a Billrock crevasse within a knapsack. This comprises about 19 pieces. Remaining, for now, are about 26 pieces of still connected track making up the “Billfork Core Race”, as pictured here.

Billfork, as it stands now, is about perfect as a First Stage Woodland Event. All objects are “natural” except for the train track, i.e, they come from the immediate area anyway. I’m not “littering” the forest any more than it already was. 🙂 The main, extra decision I have to make is whether to keep the Billfork Core Race up or take it down to use in other places (see below).

Billfork is a unique event in my Blue Mountain hiking so far, being perhaps a permanent outdoor art event of sorts. However, it might have evolved as far as it should go for now — the area pretty much has been scoured for objects to use in the construction and design, and besides poison ivy has started to pop out of the ground, further hindering this process. As I put it in a post below somewhere, the woods are closing up early this year because of the almost summer like heat we’ve incurred recently.

One way that Billfork can keep expanding in a sense is as a new center for toy avatar related film-making. Gene Fade certainly seems to have it at the top of his list still for a possible development site. We may get to a Gene Fade interview soon about that and other subjects — could be lots of fun.

I visited norris on an extended trip yesterday for the first time in a long while. That’s the main, other area Mr. Fade is checking out as a new “Hollywood” of toy avatar film production. In my eyes, there are two specific sites along the norris stream for this possibility, and for the possibility of another marble race at the same time, Dongoba and its several rock temples being one of ’em, and perhaps the strongest candidate (more removed from paths that people frequent; objects already in place there; perhaps more scenic location). The other site would include the Money Pot — perhaps the name of that general area is Houston, but I’m still uncertain.

The last post of the blog specifcally related to norris is this one


https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/43270/

where Hucka D., in talking about Allen Knob as First Animation, states: “It’s the original animation, period. Beyond the face off of red vs. blue, which can’t make an animation because they are going in opposite directions in time.”

Today upon my revisit to Dongoba was *very* surprised to now find a deflated green balloon to go along with the already spotted two pink ones at the location from last fall.

I immediately saw it as a potential sign — some kind of resolution of a former blockage of psychic energy in the area: a resolution of the red-blue opposition in the overall Allen Knob environment. Perhaps Allen Knob is beginning to, once more, open up for me, as TILE Creek has been so willingly doing so far this spring. Exciting times! It is a sign that GREEN STREAM has once again become super-important and ultra-relevant to current events.

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Gene Fade:

We are actually also looking at Whitehead Crossing for the new Center, or perhaps Dongoba and Whitehead together. Whatever the location, the first movie will probably be named “Fade to Moss”. I want it to be a veiled history of the Mossman culture in general — work on several levels at once.

bb:

What are the advantages of each location?

Gene Fade:

Safety must be a factor, since toy avatars will have to stay in the region for perhaps months at a time. We must avoid the Jonesborough Problem, where the film was delayed so long that the toys in the compound forgot what they were doing there and fell into an inanimate state before being revived by tourists Blue Feather and and his sidekick Tronesis almost a year later. We certainly don’t want that to happen again. One solution is simply to not set up such a compound.

bb:

Billfork seems perfect as a setting, and I’m not sure why you *wouldn’t* make it the location of your production center.

Gene Fade:

It’s the old problem of whether TILE Creek is the be all end all of Frank and Herman Park mythology making, or does it share the stage with others, including, perhaps primarily, Allen Knob and the surrounding, satellite regions [i.e., norris, Whitehead Crossing, etc.]. Obviously TILE Creek to me is not the be all end all. There are other locations to consider.

bb:

But toy avatars always seem to be connected to TILE Creek in some way.

Gene Fade:

All I can say is that we are studying the matter.

bb:

Can you tell us more about “Fade to Moss”, then?

Gene Fade:

We are studying the matter; I will say that we are exploring the width and breadth of the subject before engaging in any sort of straight line film-making to create a locked-in production. Our creative experiments are far reaching.

bb:

Maybe that would explain the manifestation of Stencil the Unclear in one of those last blog posts, Mr. Fade.

Gene Fade:

Yes.

bb:

Who was that?

Gene Fade:

A resident.

bb:

From Second Life?

Gene Fade (after a pause):

Yes.

bb:

Do you know of the Brainard Hole in Southwest Virginia, Mr Fade?

Gene Fade:

Only what has been written in this blog. I monitor the blog. I monitor a number of blogs. We are exploring many possibilities. I want this to be an *art* movie, not just an action-adventure movie.

bb:

I was surprised in researching for this interview that almost all of the Salad Bar Jack vehicles were short affairs under an hour, mostly of the 30 minute variety.* There’s Salad Bar Jack and the Beanstalk, Salad Bar Jack of All Trades, and, er, Salad Bar Jack Be Nimble…

Gene Fade:

A lot of ’em. But all short, yeah. We want to up it to over an hour even for the first production. I’ve also been studying the American movie tradition, which toy avatars have only recently become involved in. They have usurped, one could put it, our own tradition. Salad Bar Jack is not the hero he once was. George Clooney is probably more famous now[ for example].**

bb:

That’s kind of sad. It seems like the toy avatars couldn’t make the leap to full length movies without sacrificing the tradition they had built up.

Gene Fade:

The attention span of the Mmm’s is quite short even in comparison to yourself, so that’s the main reason for the [short] length. Mossmen have a much longer one, but the problem is there are so few of us in comparison to the Mmm’s. The vast majority of the paying customers crave instant gratification.

bb:

What about the marbles?

Gene Fade:

Geez (laughing). Marbles don’t go to the movies.

bb:

What about human avatars?

Gene Fade:

They really weren’t a part of the tradition. That’s one thing we’d like to change more. It was mostly the Mmm’s and the animal toys that watched Grassy Noll’s movies.***

bb:

Were there any important rivals to Grassy Noll[ in his day]?

Gene Fade:

None. Absolutely none. T-Bonz and I were the next biggest stars of toy avatardom after Grassy Noll simply because we were his main co-stars. He was that big.

bb:

But not any more.

Gene Fade:

Not really. It’s all changing. The Hermania Triplex changed all that. Easily reached by Mmm’s and the animals alike.

bb:

But not the marbles?

Gene Fade:

Come on. Give it up.

bb:

If you’re audience will still be primarily Mmm’s, how do you expect them to sit through movies longer than about a half an hour?

Gene Fade:

One idea is to divide the full length movie up into sections to trick them into thinking they are watching several films instead of one film. This is the standard technique at the Triplex[, for example]. Seems to really be pulling them in.

bb:

Why don’t you then start your film production company at Hermania, since there’s already an industry there of sorts and a built-in audience.

Gene Fade:

An option.

bb:

Correct me if I’m wrong, but Billfork seems a bit too far for safe travel at night by the Mmm’s.

Gene Fade:

Hadn’t really thought about that. Well, we’ll play the movies at Hermania, then, and just create them at Billfork, if we choose that option.

bb:

So I’m correct in saying that Billfork is still way out there, like freak’n Pluto.

Gene Fade (laughing):

Yeah, I know of Roostre. We’re studying a lot of things. (still laughing) Pluto, yeah.

bb:

It’s really too far out there, then.

Gene Fade:

Undecided.

bb:

That was the Jonesborough problem. The toys had to move out there and create a compound, then they forgot why they were there because of the isolation.

Gene Fade:

There’s that problem, yeah. Problem to deal with.

bb:

Where do the toy animals live?

Gene Fade:

Oh, all over the place. Mars Beach… Jupiter Beach. Midget Island.

bb:

Don’t know of that last location.

Gene Fade (continuing):

Lots in Hermania. The growth of Hermania plays a big role in all this. We thought it time to renew the interest in standard toy avatar movie fare, building upon Salad Bar Jack flicks but evolving beyond them at the same time.

bb (repeating):

Who is Stencil the Unclear?

Gene Fade:

I have some ideas.

(to be continued?)

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* Note: Gene Fade later said that the Salad Bar Jack movies were mostly 20-25 minutes in length.
** Note: I later learned that the Solaris remake is a big hit on screen 3 in the Hermania Triplex currently, and that’s what Mr. Fade was mainly referring to here.
*** Note: Grassy Noll is the actor who plays Salad Bar Jack.

 

Red/Blue February 18, 2012

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/the-2-allen-knobs-and-green-branchgreen-river/

Logical conclusion: 7 Stones equals Allen Knob!

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Hucka D.:

Or Woods of Hawl. I was called in. Hello. Hellow.

bb:

Hi Hucka D. Thanks for showing up tonight.

Hucka D.:

There’s more. You better show your 2 Martin animations as well.

bb:

OK.

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/02/02/spirals-within-spirals/

bb:

I gave a link to the post I stole these from as well.

Hucka D.:

And the counterpart pair?

bb:

Right. On it.

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/the-2-allen-knobs-and-green-branchgreen-river/

bb:

All this seems super important, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

It is. It’s the original animation, period. Beyond the face off of red vs. blue, which can’t make an animation because they are going in opposite directions in time. Martin makes the first, true animation. That’s Martin’s Knob.

bb:

Martin and Allen being the same. Because they are.

Hucka D.:

Martin of the Simpsons to Martin of The Beetles [in the first]; and Martin’s Knob to Martin’s Knob, then[ in the second].

bb:

Should we just rename the two Allen Knobs the two *Martin* Knobs?

Hucka D.:

Why?

bb:

To convince the reader out there that we’re talking real stuff here. Real animation synchy stuff.

Hucka D.:

I don’t like that word.

bb:

Stuff?

Hucka D.:

Right (smiles).

bb:

So…

Hucka D.:

So what does it all mean? Baker b.?

bb:

I know it’s important.

Hucka D.:

Super important, yes.

bb:

Oh. Let me see if I can get a really cool pic from Second Life, Hucka D. Hold on.

Hucka D.:

I think I know the one.

—–

bb:

It’s taking a while for the textures of 7 Stones to load, Hucka D., but I have the picture in frame.

Hucka D.:

Cool. Can’t wait. Is this about Rooster Springs?

bb:

Yeah. In the Coolie Building at the heart of the town.

Hucka D.:

Everything is built around that Coolie Building. Everything. Total fiction.

bb (checking again):

Almost in focus, Hucka D. That’s just taking way too long, even with the cache clearing.

Hucka D.:

I want to attend classes at Rooster Springs. But they said I was too short and also had a dangerously large stinger. So I couldn’t go.

bb:

Screw it. You get the idea anyway. Oh, here it is. *Finally*

Hucka D.:

And, of course, you compare that shot with one at near the beginning of this post. I can almost see it if I stretch my little neck.

bb:

Rooster Springs… Rooster Teeth. And attached to the same Texan county, even, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

We know why. Don.

bb:

I suppose so. He’s stepped outside.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You’re scared of Don.

bb:

No.

Hucka D.:

You *were*.

bb:

Maybe.

Hucka D.:

He was Mr. Synchronicity. And stuff (smiles again).

bb:

Suppose so.

Hucka D.:

Why don’t you read some of his old posts again.

bb:

[I] might.

Hucka D.:

Marble City… that was interesting.

bb:

Yeah.

Hucka D.:

Dripping Springs… founded by a Fawcett fellow.

bb:

Funny stuff. Funny, queer stuff for sure. Rooster SpringsRooster Teeth… Hays County. What are the odds?

Hucka D.:

Too much. So… Don.

bb:

Don wishes to speak?

Hucka D.:

Don controls Hays County. B. Hays. Like the president, only Bogger.

bb:

Bigger. Oh… yeah. Bogger. But shouldn’t that be Booger.

Hucka D.:

Um…

bb:

Anyway, back to Rooster.

—–

bb:

Booger *Haze*!

http://video.adultswim.com/12-oz-mouse/piano-music.html


Litt’l Boogers

 

Pietmond Rocks? 01 December 5, 2011

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 8:30 am

Tonight I’ve been busy numbering the central and largest Dongoba temple’s rocks, which so far top off at 66. This is above my former estimate of 50, and doesn’t include hidden inner rocks, smaller rocks that I can’t resolve in the 4 photos I’m working from (front, back and 2 sides) or outlying rocks that, for now, don’t seem a part of the temple proper.

Below is pictured the front of the temple with this numbering scheme.

Here’s some plans for perhaps re-creating the temple, then, in Pietmond…

Plan 1: The Dongoba Temple replica simply replaces the Pietmond Central Gallery, not really needed now since I have the Norris Gallery in Pietmond South, and also the option to keep around the Galactic Gallery for sure if needed.

In plan 2 below, the temple seems too dominant over all other Pietmond structures. SoSoWest would have to be sacrificed and probably other structures beside Pietmond Central. In plan 1, rocks could probably be held to under 10 meters long or wide, another advantage since I wouldn’t have to employ megaprims which are harder to work with and reshape.

There appears to be what could be called 10 foundation stones around the bottom of the temple, then at least 2 additional layers of rock stackings, at least according to the numbering scheme I’ve cooked up. A logical beginning for a theoretical Pietmond re-creation would be to position these 10 foundation rocks first.

I’ll have to also figure out what to do with the Pietmond Labyrinth currently atop Pietmond Central.

—–

Additional thoughts:

It’s quite interesting to me that the top view of the newly established Norris Gallery resembles the top view of the Dongoba temple. A new theory is that this gallery represents the temple, and perhaps a smaller re-creation is in order to be placed outside the Norris Gallery somewhere (and not in the center of Pietmond).

Norris Gallery as the Dongoba Temple. Coolie. 🙂

Here?

—–

Another resonance is to the structure of Howl’s Moving Castle, which may be quite important as well given that the Woods of Hawl are directly above Dongoba. Is the temple a way to channel this dark energy in a positive manner?

Hucka D.:

Carrcass+5. Tomorrow.

 

Thoughts… November 30, 2011

Filed under: NORRIS,Pietmond,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 7:41 am

Pietmond will most likely live through December at least. I’m encouraged by recent developments in Pietmond Heights and also the creation of the SoSo Back Gallery (tentative name).

Much has changed from classic Pietmond or Phase 1 Piemond from last year. There simply was no Pietmond Heights in old Pietmond. This would be on the east side of town. Corresponding a bit to this, the west side of newer Pietmond remains somewhat more underdeveloped, with the old Half Way (path) still existing but not really linked to the main paths of the town. House Greenup remains basically unused; House of Truth, formerly off Half Way, has been moved more toward the community’s center.

Buildings are more spread out for the most part, and some are now set at odd but more aesthetically pleasing angles — not 90 degree variations necessarily this go around. Pietmond South has also been cut off and left in an undeveloped state. I also don’t have quite as much land there as before. But the big difference remains the movement of the old Pietmond South Gallery structure into the very center of town now, replacing the Temple of TILE there. Still unsure of the impact of that replacement. My guess is that norris, the rl stream this time, will become an artwork itself, and this gallery is merely some kind of reflection of that larger, truer existence. It may represent the end of SL for me, if so. I’m going to take it month to month. I’d say at the very most Pietmond will exist through Jan. and Feb. and that’s it. Get me through the winter months. 🙂

Hucka D.:

It’s very much changed, but you still don’t know the story of Peter SoSo.

bb:

Do you like the new art around Peter’s grave by [delete name]?

Hucka D.:

Oh very much. I created it.

bb:

Do you wish to talk about the carrcasses tonight?

Hucka D.:

Oh very much (pause).

bb:

Do you want to talk about the older ones or the newer ones?

NORRIS:

I am the center, the rock.

bb:

Hi NORRIS. Are… never mind.

NORRIS:

Follow me. Follow me.

bb:

Are you a false God? Interesting that any new art additions to Pietmond affect the town consciousness, changing it a bit.

NORRIS:

I am your father.

bb:

Hucka D. indicated to me that you are instead a woman.

NORRIS:

I am a height.

bb:

Are you a lab? Lemon Lab by chance?

NORRIS:

I am here, now.

bb:

Are you Pietmond? After all, Pietmond has a Height.

NORRIS:

Walk the labyrinth to see. Walk.

bb:

NORRIS seems to have gone to sleep for the winter.

NORRIS:

No. Alive.

bb:

So you are the same as the NORRIS stream?

NORRIS:

No. Yes.

bb:

Are…

NORRIS:

I am sound. Connie Franklin.

bb:

So you have a sense of humor.

NORRIS:

No. (laughs)

bb:

Do you know Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

NORRIS has to rest now. He is the knowledge hill-hole. The future and the past.

bb:

Maybe the norris Gallery is instead a representation of the Allen Knob itself.

Hucka D.:

Rest.

 

The 2 Allen Knobs and Green Branch/Green River November 21, 2011

Filed under: Allen Knob,NORRIS,Whitehead Crossing — baker Blinker @ 7:42 pm

Pictured below are maps containing the only 2 official Allen Knobs of these here United States, one in our Frank Park and the other projecting from the far away bluegrass fields of Kentucky. Are they one and the same? No and yes, thanks to the presence of a prominently displayed Green Stream near each (Green Branch and Green River respectively). On the first Allen Knob map, we also have marked the positions of the 1 blue and 2 red/pink balloons mentioned in a post just below, the blue in Whitehead Crossing and the red/pinks at the Head of NORRIS, aka Dongoba (famous for the Dongoba rock temples, of course).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_River_%28Kentucky%29

There is a battle shaping up for control of future rock temples/land art between Dongoba and Whitehead Crossing. Who will win? My personal guess is that there will be no losers in this contest. It’s all just meaningful nonsense in a box canyon, thanks to that Roostre fellow/dude.

But I did just figure out the origin of the haunted nature of the Woods of Hawl directly between the two Allen Knob locations. I believe a battle took place there or will take place. The Battle of Allen Knob. Or not. Or maybe Allen the Purple Martin made the whole thing up for sheer entertainment and fun.

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Green River basin, Kentucky. Allen Knob is near the head of this river, and probably represents the head itself: Greenhead or Head of Green


Edmondson County in center of river course*


Mammoth Cave, Edmondson County: historic entrance

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* From the Wikipedia article on Green River (Kentucky): “The Green River is a 384-mile-long (618 km)[2] tributary of the Ohio River that rises in Lincoln County in south-central Kentucky…. The Green River flows through Mammoth Cave National Park, located along river miles 190 to 205.”

 

Lab November 14, 2011

Filed under: Allen Knob,NORRIS,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:28 am

“I was separated. I created a lab. I created Lemon Lab, a substation. I am Allen the Purple Martin in drag. The Lemon is The Egg. Gong. Teepot Heights — Norris Heights — Norum Heights. Norris. Norum. Purple. Lemon. Lemoyne.”

bb:

Thank you Hucka D. The separation from NORRIS after she became NORRIS from Norris involved the creation of this lab. This Lemon Lab.

Hucka D.:

In the future. But separated, yes. Winter is coming. Cold. She is cold. Couldn’t even respond to my complaints any longer. So I make a shrine to Hurla Dontbee to remember her, to remember Beehive Mountain, to remember the Other Land. Otherland. Lemon.

bb:

Do you know of the 2 Trees community, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Future. Crosses.

bb:

You said the Lemon Lab is an egg and it is also Gong. Is this the Second Life pool also known as Gong?

Hucka D.:

Yes. It is unknowable and unclaimable. But the Queen had it. In her hand. Outstretched.

bb:

And you are Allen the Purple Martin as well.

Hucka D.:

Yes. I donned that costume to appear to the outer world. Other World. We met on the mountain top also called Allen. This is not Norris. Not Norris. Not Whitehead either. It is Other. Make a subcategory for this blog. The Woods of Hawl make another. The new place with the woodhendge of Frank Park is another yet.

bb:

Thanks again. So the gist of what I’m getting at here is that you separate from Norris by making Norris Heights above it, then connect with a different incarnation of yourself called Allen the Purple Martin who is Not Norris since it is the mountain above Norris and a separate, er, subcategory. Separate from either NORRIS or Whitehead Crossing.

Hucka D.:

That is correct. I am Allen the Purple Martin atop the mountain descended to the ridge to create a lab. Lemon Lab.

bb:

And maybe this is connected to me returning to Crabwoo, potentially.

Hucka D.:

Yes. The Eastern Hemisphere of Second Life must come into prominence. You will carry Gong The Unknowable there.

bb:

Did the Lemon that is a Lab drop from a Teepot?

Hucka D.:

Yes: Gong.

bb:

Angel’s Egg, then.

Hucka D.:

Correct.

bb:

I’ll have to think about that.

 

Norris Map Detail 03

Filed under: Allen Knob,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS — baker Blinker @ 9:24 am

 

Norris Area Again, 02 November 13, 2011

Filed under: Allen Knob,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),NORRIS — baker Blinker @ 11:58 pm

Soon I reach a brand new discovery in the ascent: a rock ledge marking the southern end of the top of this ridge, or what Hucka Doobie is suggesting I call Norris Heights, where he said Lemon Lab was set up originally (whatever that actually means). The relationship to Hilo Peak’s Lemon Lab from early in the blog is still unknown. Hucka Doobie is also claiming he is/was/will be Allen the Purple Martin, namesake of Allen Knob and half bee/half bird. Something. He waxes very poetically about it at any rate. Allen The Purple Martin and Hucka Doobie The Yellow Bee meet halfway at Norris Heights, supposedly. More details soon enough.

Fallen rhodo leaves below the rock ledge forming a kind of weave.

Dancing, wiggling bushes at the heart of Norris Heights. Looks like quite a party.

One of the infamous black holes of Allen Knob, this one *lodged* in a tree. We’re quite high on the mountain now, well above Norris Heights.

One tree hugging another tree, supplying new meaning to the phrase “tree hugger” for sure.

Large Rocks positioned between the Woods of Hawl below and Allen Knob above.

Details of the top of one of the rocks, a microcosm unto itself.

Tree at very tip top of Allen Knob. The Allen Tree, then. “T.” equals “Tree”?

But that wasn’t all this day: I found an otherwise non-functional structure made of sticks on the opposite side of Allen Knob from the Woods of Hawl. Gives no protection from rain — must be “art”. Michael Too’s handiwork again? Could be; will study up more later and get back to ya guys on this subject. Another quite exciting find (!)