My women friends who have partners have amazing partners. When I think of great couples it’s Dest & Gracee. During “Sea Cruise 2012” (that title is way too big for such a poorly planned event, btw), some of us girls went house hopping on a couple nights. And on one of those hops we landed at Gracee & Dest’s home. And where do we begin a visit to a friends home? Well, we begin at the home and their home is a beautiful traditional two-story home on an island.
|Sitting between two giant trees,
dripping with that mystical Gulf Coast moss,
the elegant house disguises the wonders
that are tucked away in the corners of the island.
|The back of the home is also as traditional as apple pie.
But just these are bluesy people
who know where the fun.
|Here’s a photo of Gracee & me looking out
at the amazing swampland behind the home.
Hey, this is Gulf Coast fantasy!!
|When you look a little further to the right
you begin to see a bluesy folk playground like no other.
Check that little getaway cottage!
|This kinda scene is a peace at bluesy heaven
I don’t want to get Dest in trouble,
but there’s even a moonshine still hidden in there.
|The weather was turning as the Sun was fading
and a fog rolled in as we made our way into
the little cove where there were several guest houses.
|The Sun was fading fast as we made our way
to the windward side of the island where
we found another little cove on a sandy beach.
I’m coming back someday when the Sun is high in the sky!!
I love people with imagination who create their fantasies here in Second Life. Gracee & Dest have a great sense of what is fun and beautiful. And this Home & Garden feature is fast becoming one of the fav features I’ve run in this blog.
I’m fitting these home and garden posts in between my reporting from SL9B. It’s nice taking the break and it’s great to get published because I have a stack of photo studies I want to share here.