I’m still struggling to get my Second Life groove back. I’ve been online here and there, but I’m just not inworld as much as I used to.
The Latest Adventures
It’s not like I’ve totally checked out of Second Life. I’ve participated in a couple of parades, hung out at a few nightclubs and done a little exploring. And I find a great deal of peace at the wonderful island I share with my best friend, Leanna. Anyway, this is, among other things, a journal of my second life. So, here are a few pics to highlight the period.
Sex & The Virtual City
I’ve slipped around through some of the back streets of SL’s “Adult” regions. I’m looking at new pathways in my ongoing adventures in Sex & The Virtual City.
Getting My Groove Back
It has been a difficult period for me and I feel as though I’m missing a part of my virtual identity, the adventurer. I’m looking for a solution to problems I’ve been having with my favorite viewer. And I’m hoping that LL will find a solution to sim crossing problems they are currently working on. The later is very important to me because my sense of adventure revolves around heading out on the vast seas and open roads.
When I go out to my dock and look at my boats, I miss the feeling of being able to hop in one and head out to open waters. Sure, I can still do that but every time I’ve tried recently I’ve either crashed immediately or after crossing a limited number of sims.
As for the open roads, those are mostly on mainland sims and based on our recent experience with the Avatar Pride Parade rehearsal, I’m afraid those are more like open lag swamps. I’ll be checking out the sim crossings again as soon as LL gives the all clear on the changes it’s making.