I haven’t spent a lot of quality time at Junkyard Blues lately, but I have been around. I’ve caught some shows and done some wandering around.
Even though I haven’t been the old me, dancing & prancing on the tiles, I’ve been checking things out. I’ve been looking at the JY thought my explore’s eyes, looking for Kiff & Dina’s changes, but also taking a fresh look at some of the outter sims. In fact, I’ve been putting together a new photo collection focused on the whole region. I call it, “The Artistry at Junkyard Blues.”
You might snicker at the notion of “artistry” referring to a junkyard, but this Junkyard isn’t just some place where junk was piled up. Junkyard Blues is a large group of well thoughtout, well managed sims. And the sims are woven into the theme of laid back Gulf Coast life and play.
Anyway, starting today, I’m doing a series of posts that I beleive will prove my assertion. And to kick things off, I’m going to start with one of the outter sims. Yeah, where “others” have been at work, adding to the overall Gulf coast theme. And my first discovery was a wildlife sanctuary open to the public, and owned by Salena Sideways. Following are a couple pics from the collection.
Salena owns the Pompano sim and the entrance to the sanctuary is just off the eastern docks of Junkyard Blues South sim.
Next, the JY beach and marina.