Spring, Nostalgia, and Blue Dots in Second Life

Miyagawacho Hanamachi (moderate)

The idea of Spring conjures up visions of Japanese Cherry Blossoms, at least in my mind it does. So, today’s backdrop is provided by Miyagawacho Hanamachi which translates as Shrine River Flower Town.

Miyagawacho Hanamachi (moderate)

The town is described as “narrow streets and a mix of traditional and modern buildings, mirroring Kyoto province right here in SL”. It’s a beautiful build and one you could easily spend hours poking around in corners or sitting in the trees next to the water.

Miyagawacho Hanamachi (moderate)

I spoke yesterday of an installation that brings back old memories. Sticking with news items that fit the theme of nostalgia, I’ll first pass on the word from Eupalinos Ugajin that the Petrovsky Flux will close. I don’t when – but you really need to go see it before it leaves us! This is one of those iconic wonders of the grid and must be experienced.

Miyagawacho Hanamachi (moderate)

On a more positive note, if you follow Ebbe Altberg on Twitter then you’ll know he said, early in his tenure, that he thought Lindens should be inworld. gasp! Well, yesterday he tweeted: Lindens can now go back in and mingle with SL residents? Must be another one of those jokes…

Blue dots on the grid? It’ll be like old times! :)

Miyagawacho Hanamachi (moderate)
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  1. Blue? I changed the color to red in Firestorm.

    -ls/cm

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