These are photos I took not too long ago and I retraced my steps early Sunday morning to look for changes. The place above is still there. There are little hidden places and it’s quite nice–no ban lines but I looked to make sure no one was around. The traffic was 0 and nothing else in the about land info was discouraging.
I started at the Placebo Gallery and took a left. There’s a lot of empty space along the road and it looks like none of it’s for sale at this time. In not much time, I reached an intersection and noticed that a mall had disappeared. I took another left, got up to get a drink and when I returned noticed in local chat that I must have gotten run over by a Duncan Farm truck. Moving into Cloudrider, the road looks like this. Perhaps there’s bunches of skyboxes above.
These Shetlands were still here as of early Sunday and there were a handful of people in the area too.
It’s always touching to see pet memorials in Second Life. These two photos above were taken in Yama. I continued on, noting some changes and walked past a Nifty 50’s Diner in Sirrakuk.
And further on there’s a huge stretch of road that has a hodge podge of stuff built, some of it hideous. There are lots of ban lines and also security orbs that will eject you in about 5 or 10 seconds if you wander off the road.
This is near the area where Pomponne used to be. The public had access but it vanished a day or two before my scheduled post.
I stopped in Erazor where I picked up a landmark for free protest gnomes.