Sunday, June 24, 2012

Neighbourhoods of Note: Sunset Cave

Good news and bad news.

The bad news is, for some technical reason I can no longer log in as Ryan Schultz; the only option I get is to log in as an anonymous avatar.  While this sucks, at least I can still go in world as an anonymous avatar and report on the goings-on in Cloud Party.

The good news is, there is evidence in abundance of creative pursuits :-)

Another neighbourhood I dropped in on is Sunset Cave.  If Cloud Party had its own version of Architectural Digest magazine, LyAvain Swansong`s home would definitely be featured.  It is simply stunning.

One thing I really like are these sorts of signs, which help identify to whom these look-alike houses belong.  One look and you can tell you are visiting the home of a person interested in the arts.

You are greeted by a baby grand piano when you enter.  Modern art adorns the walls.

There is a fireplace, and out on the back porch one spies comfortable lounge furniture.  

The bedroom is warm and colourful.

You can visit LyAvain`s inspiring home yourself at this address:

Next door is the home of Craig Lee who, in true handyman style, is building an additional room underneath the front of his home.  This is a great idea, to create a hide-away space to store the rake, the lawnmower and all those extra unused meshes ;-)

You can visit Craig`s home at this address:

From Sunset Cave this is your interpid reporter, Ryan Schultz (cleverly disguised as an anonymous female avatar), signing off.  Have a great Sunday!

P.S. Let the history books note that today is also the first day a giant e-peen was erected at the Beginner Zone.  I guess the invasion of the trolls was inevitable, wasn't it??

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