Tag Archives: Zen Gardens

Number Nine, Number…

In less than a month I will have been virtually alive for nine years, Yordie Sands that is. This thought was on my mind today when I logged in to Second Life. I’d been thinking a lot about my first really magic moments … Continue reading

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Reflections Upon a Little Pond

This morning I took down the Harvest Moon Cafe, my Zen garden and environs. I’ve found that nothing is permanent in Second Life and we shouldn’t dwell on passings. I’ve always had a sense that Second Life is like a … Continue reading

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Rehearsing for Geisha Show

The new Harvest Moon Café and Yordie’s Zen Garden is about as complete as I can make it. It is the culmination of maybe three months of part-time tinkering, but it was very enjoyable to create. As with every one … 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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Stepping Forward, Slowly

The longer I stay away from Second Life the better I understand what I want out of SL. The SL10B birthday party didn’t exactly reignite my old passions, but it did help me refocus and even find some new interests. So, thank you to all those … Continue reading

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My Zen Garden Evolves

I’ve written several posts about the region I’ve been working on. My plot is tucked behind a mountainous wall and features a waterfall and pond with stream leading to the sea. I’ve created the latest version of my Harvest Moon Café … 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 café … Continue reading

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