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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Visiting the Electrify sim in SLB12's Celebrations

Dream of Steampunk

Here I am again, wandering around SLB12, I just wish I could include all the wonderful exhibits, there is so much to see!  Today I'm in the Electrify sim, and I've enjoyed every minute of it all.  A sucker for Space projects, I spotted the Dreams of Spaceflight: Past and Future - International Spaceflight Museum exhibit and went over for a look, it was very well done, our quest for travelling into space never relinquishes, I suspect there are some very clever people in SL who know more about space travel then they are letting on!  At completely the other end of the spectrum I came across the Dreaming of the Giant Snail Racing exhibit! such delight, snail racing has always been very popular in SL and why not, it's great fun! 

I spied a very attractive garden that oozed with good taste, it was then that I realised it was Prim Perfect's parcel, the wonderful Saffia Widdershins is a legend in design and the exhibit called Designing worlds - by Prim Perfect Publications, wasn't disappointing, it was truly lovely!

Next a little beach house caught my eye, a tiny desert island where you could relax and let the world go by!  It was LGBT Community living little beach by MGE Greymyst Estates.  SL wouldn't be SL without some Steampunk!  There is a wonderful Steampunk exhibit called the Dream of Steampunk by Somehow Peccable, it has some wonderful machinery in motion for people to see and enjoy!

I had to be careful with the next parcel, there was a trap set ready to go off!  The trap had the drawing next to it about how it worked though, so I was able to escape with my life!  It's Something Amazing, Kennylex Luckless, and the whole exhibit was great fun; The build in the middle reminded me of a doner kebab with stairs going up the outside.  They make freebies in SL and I guess that is what the community is all about, helping each other out and giving away gifts to make people happy! 

I found another lovely garden, this time it was the Fairy Garden by Ama la petite Fée (ama Avro). There were some giant keys from a computer scattered around with a mousemat and digital mouse at the entry point.  I guess the clue is there, you enter your imagination through your computer and what you can build to display your ideas! it was very well done!  I wandered on and came across the remains of a Medieval ruin, it was the Medieval Fantasy Grid Crier.  Role play in all its glory, people love role play in SL, especially Medieval role play, dressing your avatar up and going back to those days has a fascination for many people and I can see why.

I had time to see one more exhibit today and it was the Biker Veterans Administration group, their notes read: BVA Goal & Mission - "The Biker Veterans Administration group is for military veterans of all countries and their families.... Our focus is to provide support for the vets by raising awareness to different foundations for fund raising such as-  Homes For Our Troops, Toys for tots, etc...  Using SL and its residents to help veterans by providing them a place and a group of other veterans and their families to rely on for any type of support they may need."  That is the beautiful thing about SL, important topics can also be displayed alongside the fun ones, people do some fantastic work using SL as a media platform.  Below are the pics I took today, make sure you go over and see SLB12 for yourself.

Janey Bracken
The trap which looks like it's set for Torley (Torley Linden? I wonder!) 

The large rock reminded me of a doner kebab! tasty!

Loved the Fairy Garden with the giant computer keys!

Fairy Garden, the cottage was curious though, is that prozac figures I see?

A nice Medieval Role Play Parcel, great for people starting out!

The Biker Veterans Administration group

Dreams of Spaceflight: Past and Future

Designing Worlds - Prim Perfect Publications

LGBT Community living little beach  

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