Tag Archives: Homes & Gardens

Fallout 76: My New C.A.M.P. Store

That’s it, the new store. It took me several hours to build it, but it’s in business again. It’s a beautiful location and I owe it to Oxhorn who had an entire video devoted to finding a place for his … Continue reading

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Lost Garden Photos from 2007

I’ve been wondering where all the photos of my older Zen gardens are. Finally, I started scrounging around through my inventory (down to only 25,000 items, btw!). And as I poked around I found a batch of old photos mislabeled … Continue reading

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A New Little Japanese Garden

On Sunday I spent some more time working on my Japanese themed project. In the past, most of the time, I’ve created Zen gardens on a larger scale. Also, I started blending in my ideas about an Asian style cafĂ© … Continue reading

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Home & Garden: Becky’s Scuba Garden

One of the great benefits that came when I began my second blog was I discovered some new friends. Canary Beck, “Becky”, is a fine blogger, the owner of the KamaSutra Exotic Dance Club and one of the daring women … Continue reading

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Homes & Gardens

In the past couple weeks I’ve visited the beautiful homes of several friends. I took photos and I want to start a new and regular feature I’ll label “Homes & Gardens.” In fact, I’ll go back and find some older posts … Continue reading

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Linden Homes & Infohubs

One of the things you get when you buy a Second Life premium membership is a free home. I happen to think this is a dandy idea, even though a lot of people make fun of the actual homes. I … Continue reading

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Spring Comes To Martha’s Vineyard

Spring at last! It’s been a long cold winter in the New England sim group, but this past weekend the snow melted and trees and plants broke through with Spring colors. I worked for several days cleaning up the house. … Continue reading

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