Continuing over the bridge, where I stopped in Lill Burn Valley on Route 10 in Jeogeot, which I posted about here, I noticed the striping on the paving changed to indicate where it is, and is not, safe to pass as the road goes through rolling hills.
The photo above was taken in Katipo.
The next sims are, very briefly, Wetas, then Craggen Maw for a longer stretch of road, Busby and then Brouwer where photos number 2, 3 and 4 were taken.
This bridge is by Mighty Mole of Linden Department of Public Works. The steps lead to a border of banlined land and land that was abandoned a month ago. These photos were taken September 19, 2017.
Above, also in Brouwer, shows guard rails by the side of the road going briefly into Moa. Then the terrain is flatter through Mouse Point, which is very sparsely built on at this time.
Otaki Gorge and then Bandicoot are populated with many shops on the ground, close to the road. There are what appear to be parks and private parcels as well, some things towering into the sky, lots of foliage and ambient nature sounds. From what I recall of travels during past years, there’s been a lot going on here for some time.
In Numbat there appears to be much more open land. Further on, still in Numbat and then Drews, there’s a guard rail on the left side of the road. In Drews, residents have constructed retaining walls in the valley.
Next in Oolamoo, guard rails are on both sides of the road and then there’s another bridge.
Still not any water except far in the distance.
The bridge is the same style as one I’ve recently shown on Route 10.
The road is fairly straight through flat land in Arang.
We rest again at this bus shelter by Michael Linden in Hetae. (“bus fares are very low”)
There have been at least two bus shelters rezzed by residents that I’ve noticed on this Route 10 journey so far.
Hopefully we’ll pick up the journey looking at virtual mainland infrastructure next week again.