I Want to Live in Pretty – Timeless Memories in Second Life

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Let’s just take a break and do pretty today, shall we? I’m sure you’ve been there by now, but Elvira Kytori’ssim Timeless Memories is well worth a revisit.

In addition to its beauty, this region reminds us of a major advantage in the virtual realm – the ability to control the weather.

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There are major snowstorms right now over much of my continent. I, however, live in a location variously referred to as the wet coast, or the rain forest camelot.

Before that whole non-existent climate change thing, people back east bored each other by saying “It always rains there.”

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We tell visitors if you can’t see the mountains then it’s raining. If you can see the mountains, then it’s not raining yet.

Last year we had a 5 month period of exceedingly hot and uniformly dry weather, something which was disconcerting for a population far more used to rusting than tanning. We’re about to make up for it.

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Our current forecast calls for a 3 day period where we’ll get 50+mm of rain (2+ inches) per day. That should be fun.

I don’t mind the rain so much obviously, otherwise I wouldn’t live here. It is, however, not as pretty as this region’s landscapeSomebody work on that, OK?

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  1. Bear Silvershade

     /  February 2, 2015

    Wet coasters don’t tan, we rust.

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