Tag Archives: Homes & Gardens

A Taste of Japanese Style

My first Second Life building project was the 1st Yordie’s Zen Garden. And when I dismantled the 7th garden a few months ago, it felt like that would be the last of my Zen gardens. Nonetheless, there’s a part of … Continue reading

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Winter Night @ Martha’s Vineyard

Winter weather has been moving into the New England islands over the past couple weeks. But last night I took a look around and was surprised at just how much the region had changed. I mean, it’s only been a … Continue reading

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A New Life @ Martha’s Vineyard

My friends know I’ve been struggling for a few months; meaning, I haven’t been very happy. But I’ve also been spending some of my time sailing and motoring out on the Blake Sea. Anyway, on a recent boating journey into … Continue reading

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Yordie’s Zen Garden #7

I know there must be readers who are weary of all the renditions of Yordie’s Zen Garden. Did you know that this year alone there have been two YZGs preceding the new one at Harborgrove? And in total, since 2007, … Continue reading

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Goodbye Steampunk House

Since Taka and I had our period of sadness we’ve been wandering from sim to sim. We started out with a quarter sim dedicated to steampunk, then I opened another quarter sim for a new garden. This was an ok … Continue reading

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Check That Off

Remember yesterday, my post about progress on the new garden? Well, check that off, it’s gone. *blushes*. In it’s place is a new half-sim where Taka and I are combining the two quarter sims we had. We really didn’t need … Continue reading

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Japanese Palace

Taka wasn’t satisfied with just building a house. He especially wasn’t satisfied with building a samurai house; that’s where we used to live. Taka wanted to build a palace, for me. And, of course, we have stuck with Japanese style … Continue reading

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