There’s some mainland property between Rubi Woods and a Robin Loop intersection in Hector that has been changing hands, or maybe builds, about once a year. The last two or three themes have been interesting and also open to the public. During a recent wander around the area I discovered the latest inviting creation there. Afonasei’s Place is a welcoming respite for travelers or to engage in conversation or IMs.
From the land description: “It’s just a little bitty pissant country place. Ain’t nothin’ much to see. No griefing allowed, we get a nice quiet crowd, plain as it can be.”
There’s a tree stump with a blanket to sit on and further back is an old picnic bench. Attention has been paid to details. I liked the inside of the farmhouse too. Great views. There’s Linden water on the other side of the road.
Next to Afonasei’s Place is Crawley Prayer Garden.
From the land description: “This pubic space is for prayer, reflection, meditation or any other peaceful and introspective needs.”
There’s a view of the Linden owned Rubi Woods through the gate in back. Crawley Manor, to the right in this photo, is a private residence with a security orb. There’s a small space indoors as well.Behind these places is Rubi Woods, just some Linden trees scattered over the terrain but so much better than empty land. It’s “a place”.